Tunisian mass murderers from ‘new’ Libya


This video from the USA is called Hillary Clinton: USA created Al Qaeda.

Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:

Perpetrator of massacre in Tunisia was in training camp in Libya

Today, 17:23

The man who last week staged an attack in Tunisia on a tourist beach had been earlier this year in Libya in a training camp for jihad, along with the two men who earlier in Tunis committed an attack in the Bardo Museum. That says a senior Tunisian security officer.

The Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid still said on Saturday that the perpetrator had not been in view of the security services and had never left Tunisia. In the attack last Friday, 39 people were killed.

The perpetrator, who himself was killed by hotel security guards, left according to the security officer in January to Libya to attend jihad training. The two men who in March in broad daylight shot dead 22 people in the Bardo Museum in Tunis were there at the same time.

Thank you so much, on behalf of the surviving families of the murdered foreign tourists and Tunisians, thank you dear NATO, dear David Cameron, dear Nicolas Sarkozy, dear Silvio Berlusconi, etc. etc. for your bloody regime change war for oil ‘bringing democracy’ to a ‘brave new’ Libya … [sarcasm off]

Benghazi, where Libya’s uprising began, now a shattered city | Washington Times: here.

First record of Lesser Yellowlegs (Tringa flavipes) for Tunisia


petrel41:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/o7eJISoKWIU?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent

This video is called Lesser Yellowlegs, Tringa flavipes, foraging.

I was privileged to see this beautiful species in Costa Rica.

After the comprehensive annotated checklist of the birds of Tunisia published in 2005, this report deals with records collected between 2005 and 2014. Ten (or perhaps eleven) new species for the country could be added (Lesser Flamingo, Eastern Imperial Eagle, Black-winged Pratincole, Spotted Sandpiper, White-rumped Sandpiper, Lesser Yellowlegs, Sabine’s Gull, Rose-ringed Parakeet, Citrine Wagtail, Palla’s Leaf Warbler and presumably African Reed Warbler). Four species were found breeding for the first time (Yelkouan Shearwater, Glossy Ibis, Black-headed Gull, Grey Wagtail) and the breeding of two others need to be confirmed (Northern Goshawk, African Reed Warbler). Some rarely recorded species have been recorded again (Red-throated Diver, Red-necked Grebe, Yellow-billed Stork, Greater Scaup, Greater Spotted Eagle, American Golden Plover, Sociable Lapwing, Red Phalarope, Grey-hooded Gull, Caspian Gull, White-rumped Swift, Blue-cheeked Bee-eater, Hooded Crow, Brambling). The Slender-billed Curlew having not been recorded in recent years must be considered as extinct: here.

Originally posted on North African Birds:

Bradshaw, Chr. G. 2015. First record of Lesser Yellowlegs Tringa flavipes for Tunisia. Bulletin of the African Bird Club 22 (1): 82-83.

This short note describes the first Lesser Yellowlegs (Tringa flavipes) for Tunisia. The bird was observed at a wetland near Douz, southern Tunisia on 18 March 2014.

Cette note brève décrite la première observation du Petit Chevalier (Tringa flavipes) pour la Tunisie. L’oiseau a été observé dans une zone humide près de Douz, sud de la Tunisie le 18 Mars 2014.

Lesser Yellowlegs - Chevalier à pattes jaunes (Tringa flavipes) Lesser Yellowlegs – Chevalier à pattes jaunes (Tringa flavipes), Jamaica Bay (New York). (photo: Wolfgang Wander, license: GFDL-1.2, via Wikipedia).

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