- ICC Prosecutor demands Gaddafi arrest
- International prosecutor to seek warrant for Gaddafi
- Russia slams NATO targeting of Gaddafi, relatives
- Gaddafi conscripts women, children to counter ground operation
- Libya: Confrontation on the ground, bombs from the air
- Military operation in Libya: Coalition targets Gaddafi’s military arsenal
- Area of Benghazi, Libyan opposition stronghold, after air strikes against forces loyal to Gaddafi
- Family of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi
- Libyan Armed Forces
- Military operation in Libya
- Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi makes T.V appearance with tribal leaders
- NATO airstrikes allegedly struck rebel forces in Libya
Gaddafi's wife Safiya and his daughter Aisha have fled from Libya to Tunisia, Al-Jazeera reported on Wednesday, citing a source in Tunisia's Defense Ministry.
According to these sources, Safiya and Aisha crossed the Libyan-Tunisian border a few days ago and are currently at a refugee center on the island of Djerba.
The revolt in Libya against Gaddafi's forty-year rule, which began in mid-February, has already claimed thousands of lives, with Gaddafi's troops maintaining their combat capabilities despite NATO airstrikes against them.
The airstrike on a wealthy residential area in Tripoli a week ago killed Gaddafi's youngest son and three of his grandchildren, as well as several friends and neighbors.
MOSCOW, May 18 (RIA Novosti)
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