Exiles Occupy Libyan Embassy in Stockholm, Again

This is the third such protest at the embassy since the uprising began

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Swedish police just cleared out a group of protesters from the Libyan embassy in Stockholm. Al Jazeera reports:

The intruders hung a flag of the Libyan revolution on the embassy's door and threw pictures of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi out of its windows. One poster hung outside of the embassy read: "We will kill ourselves if you try to come in."

None of the protesters demands were made clear.

The Associated Press adds,"No injuries were reported, and the embassy was empty of staff members, but it was the third time this year that Libyan exiles living in Sweden had occupied the building since the civil war began in Libya six months ago." The door painted with the Libyan independence flag pictured above is from an April.

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