Libyan Rebels Take Control Near Tripoli; Tunisian Prime Minister Steps Down; Taxi Passenger Crashes Cab (Sunday Links)
- The Libyan uprising has "reached the capital's doorstep": anti-government forces have taken a town 30 miles from Tripoli, the capital. Yesterday, the U.N. approved sanctions against Libya and President Obama said that Moammar Qaddafi should step down. [NYT]
- Mohammed Ghannouchi, the interim prime minister of Tunisia, resigned on state television today. He has been in charge of the country since former president Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, a close ally, fled after a popular uprising last month. [Al Jazeera]
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