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Libya: Stronghold Bani Walid close to capture

Truckloads of anti-Gaddafi troops shouting "Let's go! Bani Walid!" and a parade of pickup trucks mounted with anti-aircraft guns sped toward the town.

Libya: stronghold of Bani Walid almost captured, rebel fighters say

Rocket, mortar and tank fire have also been exchanged outside Sirte, Gaddafi's hometown.

Libya's new leaders ask Niger to stop Gaddafi crossing border

But the Niger government has only limited presence in a northern desert region troubled by bandits, and a growing number of al-Qaeda-linked gunmen.

Gaddafi is surrounded say rebels

Gaddafi has reportedly been surrounded within a radius of 37 miles according to anti-regime forces.

China offered $200 million in arms to Gaddafi

Graeme Smith, a reporter for The Globe and Mail, said that the documents his newspaper posted were found by him in the trash in the Bab Akkarah neighborhood, where many Gaddafi regime officials lived.

Gaddafi's son prepares to retake Tripoli

Rebel fighters pushed closer to Gaddafi's hometown Sirte on Friday, as rebels move their forces into position in case an assault is needed.

Libya celebrates end of Ramadan and the regime

Rebels have given Gaddafi loyalists until Saturday, the end of Eid, to surrender or face assault.

Gaddafi remains threat to Libya

Analysts say the large amount of missiles, and chemical weapons reportedly possessed by Gaddafi's forces, including an estimated 10 tons or more of mustard gas remain a huge danger.

Libya: Relatives dug makeshift graves as dead bodies fill streets

Inside was a scene of mass cremation: more than four dozen corpses of what were once human beings, their ages and genders impossible to tell.

Libya Tripoli stench dead bodies garbage

Inside was a scene of mass cremation: more than four dozen corpses of what were once human beings, their ages and genders impossible to tell.
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