In this footage taken from amateur video, people watch papers falling from a window as a police station burns, in Tobruk, Libya, Monday Feb. 21, 2011. Libya has seen the bloodiest crackdown of any Arab country of the wave of protests sweeping the region that toppled the leaders of Egypt and Tunisia. Since the six days of unrest began, more than 200 people have been killed in Libya, according to medical officials, human rights groups and exiled dissidents. (AP Photo/Amateur Video Accessed via YouTube)

In this footage taken from amateur video, people watch papers falling from a window as a police station burns, in Tobruk, Libya, Monday Feb. 21, 2011. Libya has seen the bloodiest crackdown of any Arab country of the wave of protests sweeping the region that toppled the leaders of Egypt and Tunisia. Since the six days of unrest began, more than 200 people have been killed in Libya, according to medical officials, human rights groups and exiled dissidents. (AP Photo/Amateur Video Accessed via YouTube)

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