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Defense News - The conflict in Libya
 

Thursday, March 10, 2011, 8:26 AM

 

After 24 days of fighting in Libya, the fierce fighting continue across in the country.

 
 
After 24 days of fighting in Libya, fierce fighting across Libya has continued with key areas appearing to change hands several times in one day.
     
A part of the antigovernment troops it are taken refuge in the city of Ras Lanuf. The government of Kadhafi puts the pressure on resistance by offering 410.000 dollars to any person who would deliver the president of the Lybian rebels national council, Moustapha Abdeljalil.
Leader of the Lybian rebels national council, Moustapha Abdeljalil

     

In the east, rebels were forced to withdraw from the front line town of Bin Jawad after a sustained counter offensive by Gaddafi forces, but reports now say they have regained some ground.

A part of the antigovernment troops it are taken refuge in the city of Ras Lanuf. The government of Kadhafi puts the pressure on resistance by offering 410.000 dollars to any person who would deliver the president of the Lybian rebels national council, Moustapha Abdeljalil.

 

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