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    Pro-Gaddafi forces clash with Tunisian military

    Looks like Tunisia finally retaliated against Gaddafi forces for sending troops into their territory.

    DEHIBA, Tunisia (Reuters) Forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi fought a gun battle with Tunisian troops in a frontier town on Friday as Libya's conflict spilled over its borders.

    Pro-Gaddafi forces shelled the town of Dehiba, damaging buildings and wounding at least one resident, and a squad drove into the town in a truck chasing anti-Gaddafi rebels.

    Tunisia summoned Libya's ambassador to protest against the incursions.

    Tunisian deputy foreign minister Radhouane Nouicer, speaking on Al Jazeera television, said casualties had been inflicted, including a young girl.

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    Re: Pro-Gaddafi forces clash with Tunisian military

    I love the smell of regional chaos in the morning. Smells like... victory.

    Who thinks Tunisia can afford this alone?

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    Re: Pro-Gaddafi forces clash with Tunisian military

    Quote Originally Posted by ecofarm View Post
    I love the smell of regional chaos in the morning. Smells like... victory.

    Who thinks Tunisia can afford this alone?
    Send in the French! I think 36,000 troops should do it.
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    Re: Pro-Gaddafi forces clash with Tunisian military

    As I said under another thread I don't care what they do to each other over there, but I fear that this is going to eventually get out of control and spread, involving China or Russia, and then the "Day of Rage" could go world wide, and then there will be a rush to see who can surrender fastest the French or Obama.

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    Re: Pro-Gaddafi forces clash with Tunisian military

    I just saw some information that quacky quaddaffi is issuing some of his troops viagra to promote raping civilians etc.

    sounds like this clown needs a hemp necktie like Strung up Saddam got



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    Re: Pro-Gaddafi forces clash with Tunisian military

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    I just saw some information that quacky quaddaffi is issuing some of his troops viagra to promote raping civilians etc.

    sounds like this clown needs a hemp necktie like Strung up Saddam got
    If that is true then rolls eyes at the Quack.

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