Gaddafi’s Latest, Twitter’s Fifth Birthday, Japan’s Food Fears, Wendy Williams Upset On DWTS, Dad’s New Face

Explosions and anti-aircraft fire have been heard near Col. Muammar al-Gaddafi’s compound in Libya’s capital, Tripoli. The government says more civilians have been killed in a third night of air and missile strikes by coalition forces enforcing a no-fly zone. [BBC]

Five years ago on March 21, 2006, Jack Dorsey, the co-founder of Twitter, sent out the very first tweet and subsequently changed the world. To celebrate their birthday Twitter launched Discover Twitter, a promotional site that works as an introduction to first time users. [BBC]

Wendy Williams seemed pretty upset about her performance on “Dancing with the Stars.” She and her partner received the worst score of the evening, a mere 13 out of 30. Don’t worry little Miss Wendy, it was only one dance! []

A dad, left horribly disfigured after he was electrocuted, has undergone the world’s second full face transplant. [THE SUN]

The operation to cool the reactors at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has suffered a minor setback after smoke and vapour was seen rising from two reactors, as anxiety grew over the safety of food produced in the area. . [THE TELEGRAPH]


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