Follow @ShababLibya, pirate radio, Livestream, libyafeb17.com for news from LibyaA Point of View, Middle East & North Africa, Politics | Sandra | February 18, 2011 at 11:29
Tweets from the Libyan Youth Movement @ShabaLibya tell the story of mercenaries from Chad being used against the Libyan people. @ChangeInLibya is also on the ground. Between the two of these tweeters, you can connect to what’s happening in Libya and what people all over the world are saying about it. Almost all tweets are in English.
The website www.libyafeb17.com has uploaded video, tweets and news updates. There’s an English version. Check it out. You can also follow Livestream with chat – broadcast in Arabic but usually translated in chat in to English: http://www.livestream.com/libya17feb. They are trying to communicate with outside world via Skype. The transmissionÂ is intermittent so keep checking back.
This is Radio Benghazi run by protestersÂ http://bit.ly/eIQVEv. AlsoÂ NEWS from Libya pirate radio station according to @nusibab TUNE IN!!! http://libya.blog-video.tv/ . This is in Arabic. @ShababLibya Â tweets “and history will show the first independent media in Libya for 42 years was a back yard radio station on the 18th feb 2011.”