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  1. I live-tweeted Mo's stream last night until 1:30am. Then I went to bed. I feel so fucking selfish. I should have stayed up. If I'd known.... 24 minutes ago via TweetDeck
    • And now I can't stop thinking, what if those French planes began to arrive 12 hours ago. Would Mo be alive now? I just don't know. 27 minutes ago via TweetDeck
      • The saddest part is that French planes are over Benghazi now. Mo didn't live long enough to see his cries for help being answered. RIP, Mo. 35 minutes ago via TweetDeck
        • And then an hour or so ago, his wife released this audio. http://bit.ly/ed4lx0 Absolutely heartbreaking, but she is so, so brave to do it. 36 minutes ago via TweetDeck
          • For several hours we heard rumors that he had been shot but we didn't want to say anything until we knew for sure. 38 minutes ago via TweetDeck
            • A few hours ago he went out to record some more audio and was caught in a firefight. Audio stops 6:30 into it. http://bit.ly/h4tphZ 38 minutes ago via TweetDeck
              • "I'm not meant to die easily. Don't worry about that. I'm being saved for a bigger..." Mo said today on his stream, then changed the topic. 39 minutes ago via TweetDeck
                • Mo recorded this video last month, which became a rallying cry for the world to intervene in Libya: http://youtu.be/UyIyz44oKQQ 40 minutes ago via TweetDeck
                  • Mohammad Nabbous was my primary contact in Libya, and the face of Libyan citizen journalism. And now he's dead, killed in a firefight. 41 minutes ago via TweetDeck
                    • Reuters: Sarkozy announces French planes are in the air to protect civilians in Benghazi. 42 minutes ago via TweetDeck
                      • Hi folks... I'm sorry I've been offline a couple of hours but I've been soaking up the news that Mo was killed today. Absolutely devastating about 1 hour ago via TweetDeck


                      Any idiot can face a crisis - it's day to day living that wears you out.
                      by ceebs (ceebs (at) eurotrib (dot) com) on Sat Mar 19th, 2011 at 11:48:00 AM EST
                       RT @Jezabeldiablo: SO VERY SAD: Mohammad Nabbous was my primary contact in Libya, the face of Libyan citizen journalism. Now he's dead,  ...

                      Any idiot can face a crisis - it's day to day living that wears you out.
                      by ceebs (ceebs (at) eurotrib (dot) com) on Sat Mar 19th, 2011 at 11:48:28 AM EST
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