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“Libya's Revolution Alexandre Meneghini/Associated Press People in the rebel-held town of Benghazi celebrated the news Aug. 22 of the capture of Moammar Gadhafi's son Seif al-Islam.”
“One typical document, dated Feb. 24 and labeled "Top Secret," purported to speak confidently about the inner workings of the rebels in Al-Marj, a rebel-held city in eastern Libya.”
“The drive through the rebel-held Western Mountains to Zawiya on the coast provides a vivid picture of the shift in this conflict in the past few weeks.”
“The refugee flow from Zawiya and Tripoli hinted at the possible flood that could pour into rebel-held havens and neighboring Tunisia as fighting nears the capital.”
“The refugee flow from Zawiya, a city of 200,000 people, and from Tripoli hinted at the possible flood that could pour into rebel-held havens and neighboring Tunisia as fighting moves closer to the capital.”
“In rebel-held Qawalish, a hilltop hamlet around 80 miles from the capital Tripoli, just a few miles of open desert separate rebel fighters from their pro-Gadhafi foes.”
“France's Foreign Ministry says that it already has military liaison officers on the ground in the rebel-held city of Benghazi.”
“Diplomats are already cooperating with Libyan rebel leaders in the eastern rebel-held city of Benghazi.”
“Moammar Gadhafi that left the rebel-held city besieged.”
“While the Libyan government holds most of the west, there are rebel-held areas in western Libya, particularly the Nafusa mountain area that is home to Libya's Berber minority.”
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