The title refers to the platoon outpost, named after a popular soldier, Juan Restrepo, who was killed early in the fighting.
PR worker Cathy Saypol, who represented Hetherington for several years, said: 'We are saddened beyond words that our friend, photographer and film-maker, Tim Hetherington, was killed in Misrata this morning.'Against a backdrop of screaming from patients critically injured in the latest bombardment, Dr Khalid Abuflaga said that more than 200 patients were being brought to the only remaining hospital in Misrata, which is surrounded on three sides by Gaddafi tanks and fighters.‘It’s completely indiscriminate – there is no place of safety in this city,’ the doctor told me.
People [of college age] do it all the time,” she said.
“We thought that would be a more comfortable route.” Trained graduate students and younger volunteers that can more readily relate to the younger demographic will work with the text-line and the chat center, Prittie said.
Additionally, more than 24 percent of college freshmen and sophomores reported “extremely violent” dating encounters including “rape or the use of weapons against them,” she said.
“In terms of avoiding [domestic violence], it would be more accurate to talk about warning signs or red flags early on in a relationship that might indicate that it has the potential to become abusive,” she said.‘They have bombed our hospitals and our ambulances and we are having young children and even babies brought in with absolutely terrible injuries.’ The doctor added: ‘There are children with injuries from tank shells, mortar rounds and sniper fire.The United Nations is supposed to be protecting civilians – but look around you.The flotilla, motoring back and forth across Libya's Gulf of Sirte between Misrata and the rebel capital Benghazi in the east, not only keeps residents alive.It also keeps them fighting, bringing weapons and ammunition to Misrata's defenders.