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Libyan Civil War- Part One: Political facts up to March 30th 2011

Libyan Civil War- Part One: Political facts up to March 30th 2011

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Libyan Civil War and International military Intervention Since February 17th up to March 30th, 2011. Wikipedia Articles as at March 31, 2011 Part One
Articles: Libyan Civil War. UN Security Council Resolution. Military Intervention. Casualties. Timeline. Domestic Reactions. International Reactions
Map of the Wikipedia Articles 2011 Libyan civil war Protests International reactions • Domestic responses • Casualties • Timeline Battles First Battle of Benghazi • Tripoli clashes • Battle of Az Z
Libyan Civil War and International military Intervention Since February 17th up to March 30th, 2011. Wikipedia Articles as at March 31, 2011 Part One
Articles: Libyan Civil War. UN Security Council Resolution. Military Intervention. Casualties. Timeline. Domestic Reactions. International Reactions
Map of the Wikipedia Articles 2011 Libyan civil war Protests International reactions • Domestic responses • Casualties • Timeline Battles First Battle of Benghazi • Tripoli clashes • Battle of Az Z

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International military Intervention
Since February 17th up to March 30th, 2011Wikipedia Articlesas at March 31, 2011Part One
Articles:
Libyan Civil War. UN Security Council Resolution.Military Intervention. Casualties. Timeline.Domestic Reactions. International Reactions
 
 Map of the Wikipedia Articles
2011 Libyan civil war
 ProtestsInternational reactionsDomestic responsesCasualtiesTimeline 
 
BattlesFirst Battle of BenghaziTripoli clashesBattle of Az ZawiyahBattle of MisurataBattle of GharyanFirst Battle of 
 
BregaBattle of Ra's Lanuf Battle of Bin JawadSecond Battle of BregaBattle of AjdabiyaSecond Battle of Benghazi
 
Battle of Az ZintanLate March rebel offensiveInternational military intervention(
Operation Ellamy
– 
Operation Odyssey
 
Dawn
– 
Opération Harmattan
– 
Operation MOBILE 
) •
Operation Unified Protector 
 
PlacesBab al-AziziaGreen SquareMaydan al-Shajara 
 
PeopleMuammar GaddafiSaif al-Islam Muammar Al-GaddafiMustafa Mohamed Abud Al JeleilAbdul Fatah YounisHafiz GhogaHussein Sadiq al MusratiMohammed El SenussiIdris al-SenussiFathi TerbilMohammed NabbousMahmoud
 
JibrilKhalifa Belqasim Haftar Ali TarhouniAli Abd-al-Aziz al-IsawiIman al-Obeidi 
 
ForcesAnti-Gaddafi forces(Libyan People's Army– Free Libyan Air Force– NCLO
 
) •Military of Libya(Libyan Army– Libyan Air 
 
Force– Libyan Navy
 
) •Revolutionary Guard Corps 
 
RelatedNational Transitional CouncilAbu Salim PrisonFist Crushing a U.S. Fighter PlanePeople's Hall, TripoliTopple the
 
TyrantsUnited Nations Security Council Resolution 1970United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973(International
 
reactions to the intervention– Protests against the intervention– US domestic reactions to the intervention)
 
2011 Libyan civil war
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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(March 2011)
Cities controlled by pro-Gaddafi forcesCities controlled by anti-Gaddafi forces (supported by coalition forces)Ongoing fighting/unclear situation (situation as of 29 March 2011)
 
Date
15 February 2011 – present
Location
Libya
Status
Ongoing
Belligerents
National Transitional Council 
 
Free Libyan Air Force 
 
 
Libyan People's Army 
 
 
National Conference for the Libyan Opposition 
 
 
Anti-Gaddafitribes
[2]
 UN member statesenforcingUNSC Resolution 1973:
 
NATO Qatar 
[3] 
UAE
[4]
 
 
full list[show] 
 
 
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Libyan Armed Forces 
 
Libyan Army Libyan Air Force Libyan Navy 
 
Foreignmercenaries 
[5][6][7][8][9]
 
 
Commanders and leaders
Mustafa Abdul Jalil 
[10] 
Omar El-Hariri
[11] 
 
Abdul FatahYounis
[12] 
Suleiman Mahmoud
[13] 
Khalifa Belqasim Haftar  
 
Charles Bouchard
[14]
 Muammar Gaddafi Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi  Khamis al-Gaddafi Abu-Bakr Yunis Jabr  
Strength
Approximately 17,000
[15]
(1,000 trained men)
[16]
 
 
International Forces: Numerous air and maritime forces (see here)10,000–12,000 (Al Jazeera estimate)
[17]
 
 
Casualties and losses
1,567–2,049 opposition fighters killed (seehere)International Forces: 1USAF F-15E Strike Eaglecrashed (both
 
pilots survived) [non-combat loss]
[18]
 585–663 soldiers killed (seehere)Estimated total killed on both sides including civilians: 2,000–10,000

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