Friday, February 25, 2011

Filipino Nurses at Hawari General Hospital, Benghazi, Libya.

The current situation in Libya who is already on the brink of civil war were different nationalities are affected. Protests continue against Muammar Gaddafi as many try to flee.

Photo above are the Filipino Nurses of Hawari General Hospital, Benghazi, Libya. Their families are worried to their conditions as they spent their times in the hospital since the chaos has been started. The Philippine government should think and act about the immediate repatriation to the Filipino Workers in Benhazi, Libya.

You may contact this number 00218918370108 for their updates.

Benghazi (Arabic: بنغازي‎ Binġāzī, Libyan Arabic: [bənˈʁɑːzi] audio (help·info), Italian: Bengasi, Turkish: Bingazi), also spelled Bengasi, is the second largest city in Libya and the main city (or capital) of the Cyrenaica region (or ex-Province). The wider metropolitan area (which includes the southern towns of Gimeenis and Suluq) is also a district of Libya. The port city is located on the Mediterranean Sea.

In February 2011 mass protests against the government of Muammar al-Gaddafi occurred in the city. On 21 February, the city was taken by Libyan opposition groups and is no longer under the control of the Gaddafi government. [1]

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