Some 1,000 people have been killed by Libyan security forces in bomb attacks against pro-democracy demonstrators in the North African country, reports say.
A Rome-based group representing Arab expatriates revealed the mascara on Tuesday to become yet another aspect of the Tripoli’s brutal crackdown on the country’s popular revolution
“Hospitals have no electricity and no medicines,” said Foad Aodi, who heads the Rome-based Arab World Communities in Italy (COMAI), dpa reported.
COMAI has appealed to the Italian government to send medical and other emergency supplies to Libya.
Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s government “must not remain …deaf and dumb towards the revolution which is taking place in these hours,” Aodi said.