There is almost no Internet access and no foreign press, but reports are trickling in of a massacre of around 200 protestors in Benghazi. More significantly:

In a rare public admission of the unrest in Benghazi, Libyan state TV said on Sunday that an "armed people's base" in the city had come under attack and had its walls breached. That news emerged as anti-Gaddafi activists on Twitter reported that a barracks in Benghazi had "fallen". There was no way to confirm that report.

There are unconfirmed reports that rebels have actually taken over the city as the military in the "armed people's base" actually sided with the protestors. Developing ...

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