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Wrecked tanks and burnt-out police stations were testimony to the ferocity of the uprising and the battles when the mercenary counter-attack arrived, for miles along the coast road and in all the major towns west of the Egyptian border.

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Mohammed drifted into Libya looking for casual work, like many sub-Saharan Africans, perhaps with the hope of eventually finding people smugglers who would take him across the Mediterranean to Europe.

"I wanted a better life, not war and destruction," he said.

He insisted that he had been treated well since his surrender, with regular meals, and said he hoped he would be allowed to return home soon. They told me to do these things and I was really scared when the shooting started." From his mumbled, incoherent account it was clear that he didn't really understand himself how it had happened.

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Please feel free to forward any item of interest - it is your blog too (Make it your Home Page)A week earlier the men – Libyan loyalists of the dictator and black African recruits – had been landed at airports throughout eastern Libya and sent out into the streets to shoot protesters in a murderous rampage.They killed dozens before they were overwhelmed by anti-Gaddafi militias.The survivors were exhausted, filthy, far from home, and fearful of execution, even though they had been assured of good treatment. "A man at the bus station in Sabha offered me a job and said I would get a free flight to Tripoli," said Mohammed, a boy of about 16 who said he had arrived looking for work in the southern Libyan town only two weeks ago from Chad, where he had earned a living as a shepherd.Fifty of them lay on mattresses on the floor in one classroom alone, with nearly 100 more in the same school building which was being used as a temporary prison. Gaddafi's commanders told the ragbag army they had rounded up that rebels had taken over the eastern towns. About fifty people were killed in Al-Bayda city and twenty more in a village near the airport.The colonel would reward them if they killed protesters. Dozens of anti-Gaddafi militia were killed or wounded during a terrific firefight at the airport where 3000 local men gathered to attack mercenary reinforcements as they disembarked from a plane.Hundreds more were killed in battles in Benghazi and almost every other town in eastern Libya.

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