Tunisia border clashes Louis baffled by BGT Shock over armed raids
A BATTLE between Libyan troops and rebels has spilled over the western border into Tunisia.
The move sparked a sharp rebuke of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime from the neighbouring government.
Clashes along the Tunisian border have escalated, posing a new challenge for Gaddafi within the western half of the country where he must consolidate his control to cling to power.
Meanwhile, at least two Nato air strikes hit a government complex in the capital Tripoli today, damaging offices of parliamentary staff and a building officials said housed a commission for children and women. LOUIS Walsh was due to step in to take the place of David Hasselhoff as guest judge in Britain’s Got Talent tonight. And during filming he was left a little confused by some of the acts. The Irishman, pictured, was baffled by the variety of acts, including a dance group dressed like Edward Scissorhands, another dance act based on Star Wars and Michael Jackson, a finger-snapping act and Olivia, 7 – who was to read a poem with a 6ft snake wrapped around her neck. A ROBBER stole more than £4,500 after he walked into a bank and threatened staff with a knife.
The man, who was wearing a grey hooded top, had to force the doors of the bank open to make his escape on foot. No one was injured in the robbery at the Bank of Scotland in Trongate, Glasgow, at around 4.30pm yesterday.
Elsewhere in the city, armed robbers stole around £500 from an off licence in Easterhouse.
Two men, one armed with a knife and one armed with what appeared to be a gun, entered the G101 store in Lochdochart Road at around 8.40pm and threatened staff. No shots were fired and no one was injured, though staff were left badly shaken.
REALITY: Life returns to normal on Djemma el-Fna square in Marrakech.