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Sunday, 13 March 2011

Sunday 13 March

A very wintry start to the day with a heavy snow shower; but it did not settle as the temperature was too far above zero for that. It is very windy, with a full gale blowing outside.

Continuing to monitor events in Japan, with television reports revealing more horrifying images of the tsunami and its aftermath. The situation at several of the country's nuclear powerplants continues to be a cause for concern.
Another on-going crisis is the Libyan one, with Gaddafi's forces gaining the upper hand on the rebel forces, moving east along the coast of the Gulf of Syrte. Gaddafi's regime uses torture as a matter of course, as well as summary executions. A cameraman from the Al-Jazeera TV channel was killed in an ambush; Gaddafi dislikes Al-Jazeera. Should he regain full control of Benghazi, the centre of the rebellion, Gaddafi is not expected to hold back. All that talk of a no-fly zone is coming too late.

I was pleased to hear from two bloggers who have been off the radar for a while. They are highlighted on Call for Support, both here on Blogger and on Facebook.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Guido, just lettin' you know I'm reading. Have been watching the coverage also last night and this morning. About to tune in for latest coverage. Last I saw Japan was downplaying the probability of a meltdown at the nuclear plant. I need to see what is going on now.

    How awful about the Al-Jazeera cameraman. Our world is going through some horrible stuff. I hope people will begin to see that we are in "end times" and God needs to be sought.

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