Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: July 8, 2011

8 July 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO Enlists More Member States For Lengthening Libyan War
  • Libyan War: The Rising Voice Of Reason
  • How Many Wars Are Too Many?
  • An African Solution
  • Germany’s Tank Deal With Saudi Arabia Violates Final Taboo
  • Senegal: Western Client Regime Deploys Army Against Protesters
  • Shanghai Cooperation Organization Opposes U.S. Missile Shield Plans
  • Pakistan: 40th U.S. Drone Strike Of The Year Kills At Least Six

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Libyan war updates/Stop NATO news: June 9, 2011

9 June 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO Defense Chiefs Endorse Extension Of Libyan War To End Of September
  • Pentagon Chief Pressures More NATO Allies For Libyan War Support
  • 83-Day Air War: 10,290 NATO Sorties, Almost 4,000 Combat Flights
  • Namibia: Call For Marches, Other Actions Against NATO’s Atrocities In Libya
  • NATO Escalates Bombardment Of Tripoli
  • Obama’s Fourth War Intensifying, Who Will Be Victim Of Fifth War?
  • Russia Opposes Any UN Resolution On Syria: Foreign Ministry
  • Kazakhstan: Senate Rejects Providing NATO With Afghan War Troops
  • Kazakh People Against Afghan War Deployment
  • Afghanistan: Over 230 NATO Soldiers Killed This Year

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Updates on Libyan war/Stop NATO news: 23 May, 2011: NATO To Deploy Attack Helicopters For Libyan War

23 May 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Libya: Nearly 8,000 NATO Air Missions, Over 3,000 Combat Flights
  • NATO To Deploy Attack Helicopters For Libyan War
  • U.S. Missiles In Europe Can Fuel New Arms Race: Russian Military Chief
  • Four NATO Soldiers Killed In Eastern Afghanistan
  • U.S. Drone Attack Kills At Least Four In Pakistan
  • United Arab Emirates To Open First Arab Embassy At NATO Headquarters
  • Iran Denounces United Arab Emirates Move Toward NATO

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Stop Nato Updates on Libyan war 15 April 2011

15 April 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO’s Cargo Delivery May Be Excuse For Ground Invasion Of Libya
  • NATO’s Air War Against Libya: 2,337 Sorties, 950 Air Strikes Since March 31
  • NATO To Continue Libyan War “As Long As Necessary”
  • Libyan War: NATO And EU To Hold Unprecedented Joint Meeting
  • French Defense Minister: “Three Great Countries” Can Decide Libya’s Fate
  • Video And Text: Obama Praises Qatari Emir For Support Of NATO’s War Against Libya, Promotion Of “Democracy In The Middle East”
  • Qatar Ready To Step Up Arming Of Libyan Insurgents: Emir
  • Bahrain: 2,000 Foreign Troops Deployed As 31 Killed, 600 Arrested
  • Belarus Slams U.S. News Media Over Libya Mercenaries Lie
  • Prime Minister: Libyan Crisis Affects Ukraine’s Economy, BRICS Must Ensure World Stability

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Stop Nato Updates on Libya war: 14 April 2011

14 April 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Civilian Casualties Reported As NATO Warplanes Bomb Libyan Capital
  • NATO Chief Requests More Warplanes For Ground Attacks
  • France: Increase NATO Bombing Of Libya Despite BRICS Nations’ Concerns
  • Libya, Ivory Coast: Russia Warns Of Dangerous Tendency
  • NATO’s Libya War: Over 2,100 Air Missions, Nearly 900 Strikes Since March 31
  • Libyan War: Canadian Warplanes Fly Almost 100 Missions
  • U.S. Warplanes Fly 97 Libyan Combat Missions In Nine Days
  • BRICS Leaders Condemn NATO Role In Libyan Conflict
  • BRICS Summit: Russia Opposes NATO’s Role In Libyan War
  • Video And Text: State Department, Pentagon Use Social Media For Cyberwarfare In Middle East
  • Ruling Party: Soros Plans Libyan Scenario For Ukraine
  • Clinton: U.S. Committed To Completion Of NATO Libyan War Mission
  • Berlin: NATO Assembles 50 Foreign Ministers On Libyan, Afghan Wars
  • Africa: Long History Of French Military Intervention
  • Libya Bombing: Hasty Call For Recolonization Of Africa
  • Qatar: NATO Powers Push Gaddafi Ouster, Support Opposition
  • War Allies: U.S.’s Biden, Qatar’s Emir Hail “Historic Partnership”
  • Spain To Continue Air, Naval Roles In NATO’s Libyan War

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Stop NATO Updates on Libyan war: 11 April 2011

11 April 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO “Incinerates” Libyan Convoy In Most Intensive Day Of Bombing Since Taking Command
  • Commander: NATO “Dismantling” Libyan Military
  • Libyan War Allies, Democratic Confreres: Obama To Welcome Qatar’s Emir To White House
  • Pakistan: Mass Protest Against NATO Threat To Libya, World Peace
  • Uruguay Opposes Foreign Military Intervention In Bahrain, Libya
  • Libyan War: NATO Taps Bulgaria, Romania For Warships
  • Algeria, Cuba Call For Immediate Ceasefire In Libya
  • Washington Conference: Impact Of Arab World On Central Asia, Caucasus
  • Libyan Scenario Playing Out In Syria
  • Libyan Stalemate A Hot Potato For West
  • Libya On Agenda: Azerbaijan To Attend NATO Ministerial In Berlin
  • Only Six Percent Of Finns Support Providing Warplanes For NATO’s Libyan War

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Stop Nato Updates on Libyan war: April 5 2011

5 April 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Rebel Commander: NATO Forces Coordinate Air Strikes From Benghazi
  • Britain Deploys More Fighter-Bombers For Libyan War
  • Drive To World War III: War On Libya, U.S.-NATO Agenda And Next Great War
  • Video And Text: After Libya, Syria And Iran?
  • Libya: “Kinetic Military Action” Means War
  • Libyan War: Testing Ground For AFRICOM, Neo-Colonialism
  • African Union Must Save Libya From Imperialist Aggression
  • India: Students Protest Killing Of Libyan Civilians

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Stop Nato Updates on Libyan war: 3 April 2011

3 April 2011 — Stop NATO

Libyan War In Third Week As NATO Takes Command

Libyan War: U.S. Agrees To NATO Request For More Air Strikes
Libya Warns Of Catastrophe If NATO Bombs Great Man-Made River
Video And Text: MSNBC’s Longstanding Love Affair With War
Over 200 NATO Warplanes Pounding Libya, More To Come
Libya: NATO Conducts 547 Sorties, 218 Air Strikes In Three Days
Libyan War: 205 Aircraft In 363 Missions Since NATO Took Over
West Will Reap The Whirlwind Over Its Proxy War In Libya
Worrying Global Trend: West Exploits Civil Wars To Advance Its Own Interests
NATO Air Strikes Kill At Least 30 Libyan Rebels
Report: U.S., Egypt Training Libyan Rebels
Libya: CIA’s Civil War

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