Штурм Триполи: убиты 1300 человек и ранены 5 тысяч

22 Августа 2011, 12:14

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Tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate what the rebels claim to be the first uprising in Tripoli against the Kadhafi's regime on August 21, 2011 at freedom square in Benghazi, Libya. Several explosions and heavy gunfire were heard late Saturday in Tripoli, as witnesses reported fighting in some neighbourhoods of the Libyan capital. Gunfire erupted in central Tripoli after the break of the dawn-to-dusk fast of Ramadan. AFP PHOTO / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
A libyan man holds a firework as tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate what the rebels claim to be the first uprising in Tripoli against the Kadhafi's regime on August 21, 2011 at freedom square in Benghazi, Libya. Several explosions and heavy gunfire were heard late Saturday in Tripoli, as witnesses reported fighting in some neighbourhoods of the Libyan capital. Gunfire erupted in central Tripoli after the break of the dawn-to-dusk fast of Ramadan. AFP PHOTO / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
A rebel holds up the rebel adopted old Libyan flag as they race down a road in a vehicle in Gadayem, west of the capital Tripoli, on August 21, 2011. Explosions and gunfire rocked Tripoli as a months-long uprising pushed through the gates of the Libyan capital, with rebels insisting they are close to toppling Moamer Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO/FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
Libyan rebels take position during fighting against regime forces near the Gadayem forest, west of Tripoli, on August 21, 2011. A beleaguered Moamer Kadhafi urged supporters to "march by the millions" and quash a months-long uprising, as rebel forces advanced on Tripoli and claimed his 42-year rule was on its last legs. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A libyan woman raises a rifle as tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate what the rebels claim to be the first uprising in Tripoli against the regime of leader Moamer Kadhafi on August 21, 2011 at freedom square in Benghazi, Libya. Several explosions and heavy gunfire were heard late Saturday in Tripoli, as witnesses reported fighting in some neighbourhoods of the Libyan capital. Gunfire erupted in central Tripoli after the break of the dawn-to-dusk fast of Ramadan. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
Rebel fighters ride along towards Jdaim, west of Tripoli, on August 21, 2011. Explosions and gunfire rocked Tripoli as a months-long uprising pushed through the gates of the Libyan capital, with rebels insisting they are close to toppling Moamer Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO/FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A rebel sprays graffiti depicting Col. Moamer Kadhafi on a wall in Gadayem, west of the capital Tripoli, on August 21, 2011. Explosions and gunfire rocked Tripoli as a months-long uprising pushed through the gates of the Libyan capital, with rebels insisting they are close to toppling Moamer Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO/FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A Libyan rebel flashes the V-sign from the captured 27th Bridge, several kilometers west of the centre of Tripoli, on August 21, 2011, as the rebels said victory in Tripoli was imminent and urged NATO to join the final battle with Apache assault helicopters against fighters loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
(FILES) Photo taken on March 10, 2011 in Tripoli shows Seif al-Islam Kadhafi, son of Libyan strongman Moamer Kadhafi, during a meeting with youths, after he issued a warning of "we're coming" and that his forces were advancing towards their bastion of Benghazi in eastern Libya. Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's son Seif al-Islam has been captured, rebel leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil said on August 22, 2011 as anti-regime fighters attacked the capital. AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD TURKIA
A Libyan rebel celebrates inside the captured military base, "Kilometre 27", base to soldiers loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, 16 kilometers west of the centre of Tripoli, on August 21, 2011, as the rebels said victory in Tripoli was imminent and urged NATO to join the final battle with Apache assault helicopters. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A Libyan rebel walks past a smoldering vehicle belonging to fighters loyal to leader Moamer Kadhafi, capturing the "Kilometre 27" military base, 16 kilometers west of the centre of Tripoli, on August 21, 2011, as the rebels said victory in Tripoli was imminent and urged NATO to join the final battle with Apache assault helicopters. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A Libyan rebels acquires arms form the captured military base, "Kilometre 27" base to soldiers loyal to Col. Moamer Kadhafi, 16 kilometers west of the centre of Tripoli, on August 21, 2011, as the rebels said victory in Tripoli was imminent and urged NATO to join the final battle with Apache assault helicopters. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A rebel shoulders an RPG in Gadayem, west of the capital Tripoli, on August 21, 2011. Explosions and gunfire rocked Tripoli as a months-long uprising pushed through the gates of the Libyan capital, with rebels insisting they are close to toppling Moamer Kadhafi. AFP PHOTO/FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
Tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate the arrest of Kadhafi's son Saif al-islam and the partial fall of Tripoli in the hands of the Libyan rebels on August 21, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
Tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate the arrest of Kadhafi's son Saif al-islam and the partial fall of Tripoli in the hands of the Libyan rebels on August 21, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Libyan rebels have reached the highly symbolic Green Square in the centre of Tripoli, Sky News said early on Monday, showing scenes of jubilant crowds gathered there. Young men, many waving the red, black and green flag of anti-regime forces, were shouting and dancing in obvious joy, shouting Allahu Akbar (God is greatest) and some firing rifles into the air. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
A combo of file pictures created on April 20, 2011 shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Kadhafi is facing an unprecedented challenge to his four-decade rule of the oil-rich North African country as forces loyal to his regime continue to battle rebels who have launched an uprising since mid February. Moamer Kadhafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "clearly crumbling," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said early Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory. AFP PHOTO / - / FILES
Tens of thousands of libyans celebrate the arrest of Kadhafi's son Saif al-islam and the partial fall of Tripoli in the hands of the Libyan rebels on August 21, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Libyan rebels have reached the highly symbolic Green Square in the centre of Tripoli, Sky News said early on Monday, showing scenes of jubilant crowds gathered there. Young men, many waving the red, black and green flag of anti-regime forces, were shouting and dancing in obvious joy, shouting Allahu Akbar (God is greatest) and some firing rifles into the air. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
Libyans embrace each other as tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate the arrest of Kadhafi's son Saif al-islam and the partial fall of Tripoli in the hands of the Libyan rebels on August 21, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Libyan rebels have reached the highly symbolic Green Square in the centre of Tripoli, Sky News said early on August 22, 2011, showing scenes of jubilant crowds gathered there. Young men, many waving the red, black and green flag of anti-regime forces, were shouting and dancing in obvious joy, shouting Allahu Akbar (God is greatest) and some firing rifles into the air. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
Tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate the arrest of Kadhafi's son Saif al-islam and the partial fall of Tripoli in the hands of the Libyan rebels on August 21, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Libyan rebels surged into Tripoli Sunday in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the capital including symbolic Green Square and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. Thousands of residents poured onto the streets to welcome the rebels, congregating at the site which the renamed Martyrs Square near the water front in the centre of Tripoli. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
Tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate the arrest of Kadhafi's son Saif al-islam and the partial fall of Tripoli in the hands of the Libyan rebels on August 21, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Libyan rebels surged into Tripoli Sunday in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the capital including symbolic Green Square and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. Thousands of residents poured onto the streets to welcome the rebels, congregating at the site which the renamed Martyrs Square near the water front in the centre of Tripoli. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
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
Rebels in Tajura, a suburb of Tripoli, celebrating the control, the entire area Tajoura, in the early morning on Monday, August 22, 2011. Libyan rebels surged into Tripoli Sunday in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the capital including the symbolic Green Square and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / STR
Rebels in Tajura, a suburb of Tripoli, celebrating the control, the entire area Tajoura, in the early morning on Monday, August 22, 2011. Libyan rebels surged into Tripoli Sunday in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the capital including the symbolic Green Square and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / STR
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
Rebels in Tajura, a suburb of Tripoli, celebrating the control, the entire area Tajoura, in the early morning on Monday, August 22, 2011. Libyan rebels surged into Tripoli Sunday in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the capital including the symbolic Green Square and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / STR
Rebels in Tajura, a suburb of Tripoli, celebrating the control, the entire area Tajoura, in the early morning on Monday, August 22, 2011. Libyan rebels surged into Tripoli Sunday in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the capital including the symbolic Green Square and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / STR
Rebels in Tajura, a suburb of Tripoli, celebrating the control, the entire area Tajoura, in the early morning on Monday, August 22, 2011. Libyan rebels surged into Tripoli Sunday in a final drive to oust Moamer Kadhafi, seizing swathes of the capital including the symbolic Green Square and arresting the strongman's son, Seif al-Islam. AFP PHOTO / STR
Tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate what the rebels claim to be the first uprising in Tripoli against the Kadhafi's regime on August 21, 2011 at freedom square in Benghazi, Libya. Several explosions and heavy gunfire were heard late Saturday in Tripoli, as witnesses reported fighting in some neighbourhoods of the Libyan capital. Gunfire erupted in central Tripoli after the break of the dawn-to-dusk fast of Ramadan. AFP PHOTO / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
(FILES)--A February 26, 2011 file photo Saif al-Islam Kadhafi, son of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, speaks during an interview with AFP in Tripoli. Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 22, 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/MAHMUD TURKIA
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
Women, children and rebel fighters gather on a street in the Libyan capital Tripoli, on August 22, 2011, as heavy fighting raged near the Tripoli compound of embattled Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, while jubilant rebel forces surged into the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A rebel fighter watches people along a street as a rebel fighter looks on in the Libyan capital Tripoli, on August 22, 2011, as heavy fighting raged near the Tripoli compound of embattled Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, while jubilant rebel forces surged into the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
Rebel fighters are seen on the streets of the Libyan capital Tripoli, on August 22, 2011, as heavy fighting raged near the Tripoli compound of embattled Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, while jubilant rebel forces surged into the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
A Libyan rebel ducks for cover during fighting against regime forces at the Gadayem forest, west of Tripoli, on August 21, 2011. A beleaguered Moamer Kadhafi urged supporters to "march by the millions" and quash a months-long uprising, as rebel forces advanced on Tripoli and claimed his 42-year rule was on its last legs. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE
(FILES)--A May 2, 2011 file photo shows Mohammed (L) and Saif al-Islam Kadhafi (2nd L), sons of embattled Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, attend the funeral of their brother Seif al-Arab at the Al-Hani cemetery in Tripoli after the 29-year-old was killed along with three of the leader's grandchildren in a NATO airstrike early on May 1. Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 22, 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/MAHMUD TURKIA
(FILES)--A May 2, 2011 file photo shows Mohammed (L) and Saif al-Islam Kadhafi (R), sons of embattled Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, embrace during the funeral of their brother Seif al-Arab at the Al-Hani cemetery in Tripoli after the 29-year-old was killed along with three of the leader's grandchildren in a NATO airstrike early on May 1. Libyan rebels were in the heart of Tripoli on August 22, 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/STR
A Libyan rebel fighter stands in front of a closed shop in the embattled city of Zawiya, some 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of Tripoli, on the fourth day of fighting against left over pockets of forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi August 18, 2011. Opposition forces say they had seized Zawiya's refinery, a key source of fuel supplies to the capital, and the last major barrier before they advance on Tripoli but the Libyan government hotly disputed the claim, saying the refinery was "without doubt" still in loyalists' hands. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/MARC HOFER
A Libyan rebel fighter dashes over a street to evade sniper fire in Zawiya, some 40 kms west of Tripoli, as rebel forces staged an assault on regime forces in the city's main square on August 19, 2011. Libyan rebels claimed to have taken two more key objectives in their advance on Tripoli, including the refinery town of Zawiya, as people scrambled to flee the increasingly isolated capital. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/MARC HOFER
A libyan woman raises a rifle as tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate what the rebels claim to be the first uprising in Tripoli against the regime of leader Moamer Kadhafi on August 21, 2011 at freedom square in Benghazi, Libya. Several explosions and heavy gunfire were heard late Saturday in Tripoli, as witnesses reported fighting in some neighbourhoods of the Libyan capital. Gunfire erupted in central Tripoli after the break of the dawn-to-dusk fast of Ramadan. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
Tens of thousands of Libyans celebrate the arrest of Kadhafi's son Saif al-islam and the partial fall of Tripoli in the hands of the Libyan rebels on August 21, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Libyan rebels have reached the highly symbolic Green Square in the centre of Tripoli, Sky News said early on August 22, 2011, showing scenes of jubilant crowds gathered there. Young men, many waving the red, black and green flag of anti-regime forces, were shouting and dancing in obvious joy, shouting Allahu Akbar (God is greatest) and some firing rifles into the air. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA
A dead fighter is covered with a blanket as he lies on a street in the Libyan capital Tripoli, on August 22, 2011, a day after heavy fighting raged near the Tripoli compound of embattled Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, as jubilant rebel forces surged into the symbolic heart of the capital. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE

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