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Anti-government protests began on February 15 in Benghazi, the second-largest city in Libya. Demonstrators demanded the release of lawyer and rights activist Fethi Tarbel. When Tarbel was released, the protestors did not disperse but clashed with the police. After that, security forces dispersed several hundred demonstrators who chanted anti-regime slogans. According to Libyan media reports, 14 people were injured in the clashes. By late February, Benghazi passed under the control of Gaddafi opponents. A national council was formed in the city as a revolutionary body whose authority was to be recognized by all cities that had supported the Libyan leader’s opponents. Protests by regime opponents also began in the country’s capital Tripoli. According to international organizations, the authorities relentlessly cracked (https://liputankarir.com/serial-code/?file=2256) down on demonstrators.