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Passengers pack Tripoli's International airport Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011, as they try to catch flights leaving Libya. European countries are sending planes and ferries to Libya to evacuate their citizens, and some oil and gas companies pulled their foreign staff out and suspended operations, as anti-government protests spread to Tripoli for the first time. (AP Photo/Michele Cafiero)
Photo by: Michele Cafiero
Passengers pack Tripoli's International airport Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011, as they try to catch flights leaving Libya. European countries are sending planes and ferries to Libya to evacuate their citizens, and some oil and gas companies pulled their foreign staff out and suspended operations, as anti-government protests spread to Tripoli for the first time. (AP Photo/Michele Cafiero)

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