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Evacuations from Libya

Location: Libya

Timeline of events – February 2011

• Media began to report anti-government protests were increasing in violence and becoming deadly in some instances.

• Anti-government protestors called for a "Day of Rage" on the five-year anniversary of 14 protestors being killed in an Islamic rally.

• Seven people were killed in the clashes between the anti-government protestors and the Libyan security forces.

• Pro-government demonstrators took to the streets in reaction to anti-Gadhafi protestors.

• FrontierMEDEX Security Services Division continued to monitor the situation closely as tension rose and protests became more violent.

• Issued first Evacuation Notification on Libya with a phase status of Alert.

• FrontierMEDEX received the first call about evacuation from Libya.

• FrontierMEDEX identified capabilities and possible airports that could be usable if the situation were to escalate to Evacuate stage.

• Death toll from violence reached over 200 across Libya.

• FrontierMEDEX changed the phase status to Evacuate.

• FrontierMEDEX Security Services Division solidified plans to get chartered aircraft into Libya.

• FrontierMEDEX secured the first large chartered aircraft to arrive in Tripoli to evacuate people to Madrid.

• A second large chartered aircraft left Libya, evacuating people to Madrid.


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