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17 de Marzo de 2011

Los rebeldes libios mantienen un centro para los medios de comunicación habilitado en Benghazi para luchar contra el régimen de Gadaffi a través de Internet y las ondas radiofónicas


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Informando desde la ciudad oriental libia de Benghazi, en manos de los rebeldes, la corresponsal de Democracy Now! Anjali Kamat visita un nuevo centro para los medios de comunicación habilitado por las fuerzas antigubernamentales para informar sobre su lucha contra la fuerzas leales al coronel Muammar Gaddafi.

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