Machineguns used to break up Bani Walid demonstration as 500 storm Congress
By Maryline Dumas and Mathieu Galtier.
One of the demonstrators injured outside the National Congress today. (Photo: Mathieu Galtier)
Tripoli, 21 October:
Guards used automatic weapons to break-up a demonstration at the National Congress today, after . . .
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