First Egypt, now Libyans are digging their heels in protests all over their key cities. World leaders are rounding on Libyan authorities - calling for an immediate end to the clashes.
Increasing numbers of protesters are demanding for an end to the 41-year rule of Colonel Gaddafi. Hundreds have been killed and over a thousand injured during a week of unrest, with reports of airstrikes from the country's own military on Monday.
The unrest in Libya started out as a series of protests inspired by popular revolts in neighboring Egypt and Tunisia but was met by a fierce security crackdown and the use of militias.
Witnesses say troops and snipers have been instructed to and have opened fire at protesters, check out this report:
Here's a video of a recent protest..
Now The United States has imposed...