Libyan opposition figure claims 10,000 killed in one week

February 23, 2011 18:53


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Exiled Libyan opposition figure Hadi Shalluf claimed that international organizations that are following developments in Libya know of over 10,000 deaths and around 50,000 people injured in the past week of ongoing anti-government protests, Israel Radio reported.

Shalluf, a lawyer who lives in France and is a counsel at the International Criminal Court in the Hague, called on every unit in the Libyan army to join the effort to depose the Muammar Gaddafi, in an interview with Al Arabiya, according to the report.

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