В Турции ливийцы жгли портреты Каддафи, в Вашингтоне – праздновали захват Триполи

22 Августа 2011, 16:00

Ливийцы собрались возле посольства своей страны в Анкаре, митинговали в Истамбуле, а также устроили "гулянку" напротив Белого дома в США, фото AFP

Around one hundred Libyans on August 21,2011, in front of the White House, Washington DC, to celebrate Libya rebels surging into the heart of Tripoli. They sing: "USA, USA, Kadhafi has gone today" "Kadhafi left Tripoli", "Libya is free", and "Merci Sarkozy, Merci Sarkozy, thank you Obama, thank you Obama". Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 21, 2011 after surging into the capital in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the city and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / Stephan JOURDAIN
Libyan opposition demonstrators set fire to a portrait of Libya's leader Moamer Kadhafi and his regime's green flag outside the Libyan consulate in Istanbul on August 22, 2011 as Libyan rebels entered the heart of Tripoli in a final drive to oust Kadhafi. A group of some 40 people came to the consulate and Abdulmecit Ali Said, the Libyan consul allowed some 10 of them in, to change the flag. Opposition groups were also shown staging a protest at the Libyan embassy in Ankara, tearing down the pictures of Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO
Libyan consul Abdulmacit Ali Said (R) removes the Kadhafi regime's Libyan flag with demonstrators on a balcony of the Libyan consulate in Istanbul on August 22, 2011 as Libyan rebels entered the heart of Tripoli in a final drive to oust Kadhafi. The group of some 40 people came to the consulate and Abdulmecit Ali Said allowed some 10 of them in, to remove the green flag and flew Libya's National Transitional Council's flag instead. AFP PHOTO
Libyan opposition demonstrators set fire to a portrait of Libya's leader Moamer Kadhafi and his regime's green flag outside the Libyan consulate in Istanbul on August 22, 2011 as Libyan rebels entered the heart of Tripoli in a final drive to oust Kadhafi. A group of some 40 people came to the consulate and Abdulmecit Ali Said, the Libyan consul allowed some 10 of them in, to change the flag. Opposition groups were also shown staging a protest at the Libyan embassy in Ankara, tearing down the pictures of Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO
Around one hundred Libyans on August 21,2011, in front of the White House, Washington DC, to celebrate Libya rebels surging into the heart of Tripoli. They sing: "USA, USA, Kadhafi has gone today" "Kadhafi left Tripoli", "Libya is free", and "Merci Sarkozy, Merci Sarkozy, thank you Obama, thank you Obama". Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 21, 2011 after surging into the capital in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the city and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / Stephan JOURDAIN
Around one hundred Libyans on August 21,2011, in front of the White House, Washington DC, to celebrate Libya rebels surging into the heart of Tripoli. They sing: "USA, USA, Kadhafi has gone today" "Kadhafi left Tripoli", "Libya is free", and "Merci Sarkozy, Merci Sarkozy, thank you Obama, thank you Obama". Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 21, 2011 after surging into the capital in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the city and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / Stephan JOURDAIN
Around one hundred Libyans on August 21,2011, in front of the White House, Washington DC, to celebrate Libya rebels surging into the heart of Tripoli. They sing: "USA, USA, Kadhafi has gone today" "Kadhafi left Tripoli", "Libya is free", and "Merci Sarkozy, Merci Sarkozy, thank you Obama, thank you Obama". Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 21, 2011 after surging into the capital in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the city and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / Stephan JOURDAIN
Libyan opposition demonstrators instal Libya's National Transitional Council's flag on a balcony of the Libyan consulate in Istanbul on August 22, 2011 as Libyan rebels entered the heart of Tripoli in a final drive to oust Kadhafi. The group of some 40 people came to the consulate and Abdulmecit Ali Said (2nd R), the Libyan consul, allowed some 10 of them in, to remove the green flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime and flew the Council's flag instead. AFP PHOTO
Around one hundred Libyans on August 21,2011, in front of the White House, Washington DC, to celebrate Libya rebels surging into the heart of Tripoli. They sing: "USA, USA, Kadhafi has gone today" "Kadhafi left Tripoli", "Libya is free", and "Merci Sarkozy, Merci Sarkozy, thank you Obama, thank you Obama". Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 21, 2011 after surging into the capital in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the city and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / Stephan JOURDAIN
Demonstrators wave flags of the old kingdom of Libya, used by Libya's National Transitional Council during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
Around one hundred Libyans on August 21,2011, in front of the White House, Washington DC, to celebrate Libya rebels surging into the heart of Tripoli. They sing: "USA, USA, Kadhafi has gone today" "Kadhafi left Tripoli", "Libya is free", and "Merci Sarkozy, Merci Sarkozy, thank you Obama, thank you Obama". Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 21, 2011 after surging into the capital in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the city and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / Stephan JOURDAIN
Around one hundred Libyans on August 21,2011, in front of the White House, Washington DC, to celebrate Libya rebels surging into the heart of Tripoli. They sing: "USA, USA, Kadhafi has gone today" "Kadhafi left Tripoli", "Libya is free", and "Merci Sarkozy, Merci Sarkozy, thank you Obama, thank you Obama". Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 21, 2011 after surging into the capital in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the city and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / Stephan JOURDAIN
Libyan opposition demonstrators wave Libya's National Transitional Council flags outside the Libyan consulate in Istanbul on August 22, 2011 as Libyan rebels entered the heart of Tripoli in a final drive to oust Kadhafi. A group of some 40 people came to the consulate and Abdulmecit Ali Said, the Libyan consul allowed some 10 of them in, to remove Kadhafi's regime flag and flew the council's flag instead. Opposition groups were also shown staging a protest at the Libyan embassy in Ankara, tearing down the pictures of Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO
Demonstrators set fire to a poster of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, copies of his Green Book and Libyan flags during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
A girl, with her head covered in cloth in the colours of the Libyan rebel flag reading "Free Libya", attends a demonstration outside the Libyan consulate in Istanbul on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition group hauled down Kadhafi regime's flag at the Libyan consulate in Istanbul and flew the council's flag instead, an AFP photographer at the scene said. A group of some 40 people came to the consulate and Abdulmecit Ali Said, the Libyan consul allowed some 10 of them in, to change the flag. AFP PHOTO / MUSTAFA OZER
Demonstrators set fire to a poster of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, copies of his Green Book and Libyan flags during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
A girl, with her head covered in cloth in the colours of the Libyan rebel flag reading "Free Libya", attends a demonstration outside the Libyan consulate in Istanbul on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition group hauled down Kadhafi regime's flag at the Libyan consulate in Istanbul and flew the council's flag instead, an AFP photographer at the scene said. A group of some 40 people came to the consulate and Abdulmecit Ali Said, the Libyan consul allowed some 10 of them in, to change the flag. AFP PHOTO / MUSTAFA OZER
Demonstrators set fire to a poster of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, copies of his Green Book and Libyan flags during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
Yound demonstrators tear off posters of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
A girl flashes the V-sign as she chants slogans behind a Libyan rebel flag during a demonstration outside the Libyan consulate in Istanbul on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition group hauled down Kadhafi regime's flag at the Libyan consulate in Istanbul and flew the council's flag instead, an AFP photographer at the scene said. A group of some 40 people came to the consulate and Abdulmecit Ali Said, the Libyan consul allowed some 10 of them in, to change the flag. AFP PHOTO / MUSTAFA OZER
Demonstrators wave flags of the old kingdom of Libya, used by Libya's National Transitional Council during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
Demonstrators hold up flags of the old kingdom of Libya, used by Libya's National Transitional Council during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
Demonstrators smash a portrait of Moamer Kadhafi during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
Demonstrators smash a portrait of Moamer Kadhafi during a protest against Kadhafi outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of the Moamer Kadhafi regime at the embassy in the Turkish capital and flew the rebel flag, as fighting rages in Libya today near the compound of embattled of the Libyan leader and in other parts of Tripoli, a day after jubilant rebels overran the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN
Close up of a portrait of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi set on fire by demonstrators during a protest outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011 as Libyan rebels entered the heart of Tripoli in a final drive to oust Kadhafi. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of Kadhafi's regime at the embassy and flew the rebel flag instead. The new flag belongs to Libya's National Transitional Council, which was recognized in July by Turkey as the legitimate representative of the Libyan people. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN
A portrait of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi and copies of his green book are set on fire by demonstrators during a protest outside the Libyan embassy in Ankara on August 22, 2011 as Libyan rebels entered the heart of Tripoli in a final drive to oust Kadhafi. Libyan opposition groups hauled down the flag of Kadhafi's regime at the embassy and flew the rebel flag instead. The new flag belongs to Libya's National Transitional Council, which was recognized in July by Turkey as the legitimate representative of the Libyan people. AFP PHOTO / ADEM ALTAN

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