Mar 21 - Gunfire rings out in Benghazi as UN chief Ban Ki-Moon urges an end to violence. Marie-Claire Fennessy reports
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Programs and thousands of -- supporters protested its its green square against allied airstrikes. Several great tech nation plagued by friends pretend and US took cartoon air attacks on the country. NATO as an organization has been declined to -- -- take -- -- has spoken out against foreign to -- The V declared to fresh cease fire on Sunday evening at the US and Britain said they did not believe it -- was honoring -- which continue to enforce the no fly zone. Antiaircraft fire rang out over nineteen trip to -- with smoke seen rising anti death these Presidential Palace. Heavy gunfire broke camp in central thank -- these late in the evening lasting forever. Visited said they feared it Daffy troops to try to force their way into the city -- surrounded by civilians. UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon urged Libyan leaders to end the violence and. Thought they had been continuing. What act -- civilian population. I -- this -- -- to be. -- five and tested. And the stock -- thing. And we didn't come presidency because -- solution that is that if you ought to have. But discussions. And he intervention is that the case against an Arab countries since 2003. Invasion. I don't plan fantasy. Really tourists.