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Pertempuran sengit di Ras Lanuf,8 terbunuh.. tentera gaddafi lari ke Tripoli

Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi celebrate their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi, in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.
Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi celebrate their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi, in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.
Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi guard outside the refinery after their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.
Libyan fighters who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi guard outside the refinery after their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.
Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi celebrate their victory in fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi, in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.
Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi ride in a truck after fighting against troops loyal to Gadhafi in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, eastern Libya, Saturday, March 5, 2011. Witnesses say Libyan rebels have captured the oil port town of Ras Lanouf from pro-Moammar Gadhafi forces, their first military victory in what could be a long, westward march to the capital Tripoli. The witnesses said on Saturday that Ras Lanouf, about 87 miles (140 kilometers) east of the Gadhafi stronghold of Sirte, fell in rebel hands Friday night after a fierce battle with pro-regime forces who later fled.
Rebel fighters take cover from shelling by soldiers loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi during a battle near Ras Lanuf, March 4, 2011. Heavily armed rebels clashed with forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi on Friday on the outskirts of the key oil terminal of Ras Lanuf as the head of Libya's rebel council vowed "victory or death".
Libyan rebel fighters prepare to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces as they gather on the oustkirts of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011.
Libyan rebel fighters prepare to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces as they gather on the oustkirts of Ras Lanuf on March 5, 2011

Pejuang telah menang dan menghalau tentera gaddafi dari Ras Lanuf dan sirte,kini mereka sudah hampir untuk memasuki Tripoli

Eight killed in Libyan fresh clashes

Fresh clashes between anti-government protesters and forces loyal to Libyan ruler Moammar Gaddafi have left at least eight people dead and 21 injured.
The clashes took place on Saturday in the oil town of Ras Lanuf, Dr. Ahmad Burtima said.
“We have eight dead people after the fighting in Ras Lanuf and 21 injured. Two or three of them were moved to Benghazi hospital in a critical situation,” Dr. Burtima told AFP at a hospital in the town of Ajdabiya.
On Friday, Tripoli residents demanding Gaddafi’s downfall held rallies after the Friday prayers in the capital, where pro-Gaddafi forces used teargas to disperse them.
Meanwhile, the regime’s troops kept a heavy military presence on main roads around the capital, where pro-Gaddafi forces have been searching cars at numerous checkpoints.
In the Libyan city of Benghazi, which is under the protesters’ control, a massive rally was also held after the Friday prayers.
Thousands of people have been killed in the crackdown on protests by the Libyan regime in the past two weeks.
Libya’s revolutionary forces have vowed to continue with their rallies until achieving victory.
Libya was formed in 1934 with Italy’s colonization of Tripolitania, and Cyrenaica, the two provinces that the European country had won following a war with the Ottoman Empire.
Libya declared its independency from Italy in 1951, when King Idris formed a monarchy in the North African country.
Gaddafi, who led a military coup against King Idris, came to power and established “the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya” in 1969.
Libyans from the rebel-held eastern town of Brega celebrate after rumor spread that fighters took over the town of Ras Lanuf from pro-Kadhafi forces during battles on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyans from the rebel-held eastern town of Brega celebrate after rumor spread that fighters took over the town of Ras Lanuf from pro-Kadhafi forces during battles on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters flash the 'victory' sign as they ride at the back of a pick-up truck on their way to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan  fighters flash the ‘victory’ sign as they ride at the back of a pick-up truck on their way to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters raise their weapons as they ride at the back of a pick-up truck on their way to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyans from the rebel-held eastern town of Brega celebrate after rumor spread that fighters took over the town of Ras Lanuf from pro-Kadhafi forces during battles on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters pray before heading to battle against pro Khadafi forces, some 40 km down the road of the northern central city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters pray before heading to battle against pro Khadafi forces, some 40 km down the road of the northern central city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters pray before heading to battle against pro Khadafi forces, some 40 km down the road of the northern central city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters pray before heading to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters pray before heading to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters pray before heading to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters pray before heading to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters pray before heading to battle against pro Khadafi forces, some 40 km down the road of the northern central city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters prepare to head to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebel fighters prepare to head to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi drive before leaving for the front-line near Ras Lanuf, west of the town of Brega, eastern Libya, Friday, March 4, 2011.
Libyan rebels who are part of the forces against Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi drive before leaving for the front-line near Ras Lanuf, west of the town of Brega, eastern Libya, Friday, March 4, 2011.
A man walks past the Azzawiya oil refinery in Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli March 3, 2011.
A man walks past the Azzawiya oil refinery in Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli March 4, 2011.
Libyan rebel fighters celebrate as they pass through Ajdabiya's west gate, 160 kms west of Benghazi, on their way to Ras la nuf where heavy fighting are taking place with loyalist forces on March 4, 2011. Forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
A Libyan rebel fighter readies himself before heading to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
A Libyan rebel fighter readies himself before heading to battle against pro-Kadhafi forces, some 40 kms down the road of the northcentral city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
A Libyan rebel fighter wraps himself in heavy machine gun ammo before heading to battle against pro Khadafi forces, some 40 km down the road of the northern central city of Ras Lanuf on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyans from the rebel-held eastern town of Brega celebrate after rumor spread that fighters took over the town of Ras Lanuf from pro-Kadhafi forces during battles on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.
Libyans fighters held eastern town of Brega celebrate after rumor spread that fighters took over the town of Ras Lanuf from pro-Kadhafi forces during battles on March 4, 2011 as forces loyal to Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi have regained control of Zawiyah, near Tripoli, from rebel hands, state television reported.

Kemenangan atau kematian … Kami tidak akan berhenti sehingga kami membebaskan seluruh negara ini – Mustafa Abdel Jalil

Victory or death … We will not stop until we liberate all this country

Opposition forces claim they have taken control of an airport in the oil port of Ras Lanuf, after heavy fighting with Gaddafi forces.
Anti-regime protesters and the significant number of soldiers, who have defected to the opposition side, have vowed to take control of Tripoli.
“Victory or death … We will not stop until we liberate all this country,” Mustafa Abdel Jalil, head of the rebel National Libyan Council said.
Meanwhile, Gaddafi regime vigilantes and plainclothes police have clashed with thousands of protesters in several Tripoli neighborhoods.
The forces are using teargas and rubber bullets to disperse protesters, reports added.
Protesters chanted anti-regime slogans and burnt several effigies of Colonel Gaddafi in the eastern suburb of Tajoura.
Reports say Gaddafi’s military forces have bombed the eastern oil-rich town of Brega for the third consecutive day.
The key oil-producing town is now under the control of protesters.
Similar airstrikes have also been reported in the northeastern town of Ajdabiya 160 kilometers south of Benghazi.
This is while some reports say the Gaddafi regime has stepped up recruiting mercenaries from other African countries.
Protesters say they are ready to hold talks if the Libyan ruler steps down or goes into exile.
Several thousands of Libyans have been killed and many others have been injured after protests began in the North African nation on February 17.PressTV
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Flames are seen after an explosion at an ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. Hospital officials said at least 17 people were killed after the blast, which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast is unclear.
Flames are seen after an explosion at an ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. Hospital officials said at least 17 people were killed after the blast, which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast is unclear.
ALTERNATIVE CROP - Flames are seen after an explosion at an ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. Hospital officials said at least 17 people were killed after the blast, which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast was unclear.
ALTERNATIVE CROP – Flames are seen after an explosion at an ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. Hospital officials said at least 17 people were killed after the blast, which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast was unclear.
Libyan man looks inside a destroyed car, damaged after an explosion at a nearby ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. Hospital officials said at least 17 people were killed after the blast, which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast is unclear.
BENGHAZI, LIBYA - MARCH 04:  Bodies of rebel militiamen lie covered in a hospital morgue March 4, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Dozens of militiamen were reported killed and injured in an explosion at an arms depot Friday. Meanwhile, fellow rebels battled government forces of President Muammar Gaddafi to the west.
BENGHAZI, LIBYA – MARCH 04: Bodies of rebel militiamen lie covered in a hospital morgue March 4, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Dozens of militiamen were reported killed and injured in an explosion at an arms depot Friday. Meanwhile, fellow rebels battled government forces of President Muammar Gaddafi to the west.
A wounded Libyan man who was injured in an explosion lies in his hospital bed, in Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. An explosion at an ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday, killed at least 17 people according to hospital staff,  after the blast which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast was unclear.
A wounded Libyan man who was injured in an explosion lies in his hospital bed, in Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. An explosion at an ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday, killed at least 17 people according to hospital staff, after the blast which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast was unclear.
Morgue attendants transport the body of people killed after a blast at an ammunition warehouse on the outskirts of Benghazi on March 4, 2011. Blasts at a Libyan military weapons depot killed at least 17 people outside the main rebel-held city of Benghazi today, a hospital doctor said.
Morgue attendants transport the body of people killed after a blast at an ammunition warehouse on the outskirts of Benghazi on March 4, 2011. Blasts at a Libyan military weapons depot killed at least 17 people outside the main rebel-held city of Benghazi today, a hospital doctor said.
A wounded Libyan man who was injured in an explosion lies in his hospital bed, in Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. An explosion at an ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday, killed at least 17 people according to hospital staff,  after the blast which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast was unclear.
A wounded Libyan man who was injured in an explosion lies in his hospital bed, in Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday March 4, 2011. An explosion at an ammunition storage facility at a military base in the rebel stronghold of Benghazi, eastern Libya, on Friday, killed at least 17 people according to hospital staff, after the blast which triggered secondary explosions and hit a nearby residential area. The cause of the blast was unclear.

Breaking News…

Gaddafi forces bomb arms store in Benghazi-rebels

Tentera Diktator Gaddafi Mengebom Gudang Simpanan Senjata Pejuang Di Benghazi

(Adds Al Jazeera report on 17 dead, Al Arabiya saying 16 dead)
RAJMA, Libya, March 4 (Reuters) – Forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi bombed an arms depot on the outskirts of Libya’s second city of Benghazi in the east of the country, Mustafa Gheriani, a spokesman for the rebel February 17th Coalition, told Reuters.
Al Jazeera television reported 17 people had been killed in the raid on the arms depot at Rajma near Benghazi. Al Arabiya put the death toll at 16.
The area around was cordoned off by rebel security forces, a Reuters witness said. There was a heavy smell of smoke and at least eight ambulances were seen ferrying casualties away from the scene.
“A lot of people have been killed. There are many people in the hospital. No one can approach, It’s still very dangerous,” said a resident who would only identify himself as Saleh.
He said he did not know what had caused the fire.
Another resident, who identified himself as Miftah, said that a fire engine was destroyed by the conflagration and houses collapsed nearby.
It was one of biggest weapons dumps in Benghazi region. The resident said, who works at a power station nearby, said windows were broken by the explosion several km (miles) away. “The fire is still raging and we fear more explosions,” Miftah said. (Reporting by Tom Pfeiffer, editing by Peter Millership/Tom Perry)
A Libyan anti-government activist holds up a gun as others chant slogans against Moamer Kadhafi during a funeral procession for one of five Libyans killed in heavy fighting the previous day on March 3, 2011 on the road to the cemetery of Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of Benghazi, as fresh air strikes hit the rebel-held Libyan town of Brega according to residents, amid fears of a new bid by troops loyal to Moamer Kadhafi's regime to recapture the key oil port.
A Libyan anti-government activist holds up a gun as others chant slogans against Moamer Kadhafi during a funeral procession for one of five Libyans killed in heavy fighting the previous day on March 3, 2011 on the road to the cemetery of Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of Benghazi, as fresh air strikes hit the rebel-held Libyan town of Brega according to residents, amid fears of a new bid by troops loyal to Moamer Kadhafi’s regime to recapture the key oil port.
A Libyan anti-government activist holds up a gun during a funeral procession for one of five Libyans killed in heavy fighting the previous day on March 3, 2011 on the road to the cemetery of Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of Benghazi, as fresh air strikes hit the rebel-held Libyan town of Brega according to residents, amid fears of a new bid by troops loyal to Moamer Kadhafi's regime to recapture the key oil port.
A defected Libyan soldier waits in their vehicle outside the hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 3, 2011. Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine-guns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installation at Brega Thursday, securing the site after the opposition repelled an attempt by loyalists of Moammar Gadhafi to retake the port in rebel-held east Libya.
A defected Libyan soldier waits in their vehicle outside the hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 3, 2011. Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine-guns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installation at Brega Thursday, securing the site after the opposition repelled an attempt by loyalists of Moammar Gadhafi to retake the port in rebel-held east Libya.
Defected Libyan soldiers and volunteers cheer as they sit on the outskirts of the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 3, 2011. Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine-guns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installation at Brega Thursday, securing the site after the opposition repelled an attempt by loyalists of Moammar Gadhafi to retake the port in rebel-held east Libya.
A Libyan rebel fighter patrols outside one of the entrance of the SIRTE refinery in Brega, on March 3, 2011 a day after a massive battle to defend this strategically important oil refinery from a regime counter-attack.
A Libyan rebel fighter patrols outside one of the entrance of the SIRTE refinery in Brega, on March 3, 2011 a day after a massive battle to defend this strategically important oil refinery from a regime counter-attack.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA - MARCH 03:  A rebel fighter scans the horizon for government troops on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA – MARCH 03: A rebel fighter scans the horizon for government troops on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
Anti-government tribal revolutionary rebels check African migrants at a checkpoint in Ajdabia area, 150 km south west of Benghazi , March 3, 2011.
Anti-government tribal revolutionary rebels check African migrants at a checkpoint in Ajdabia area, 150 km south west of Benghazi , March 3, 2011.
Libyan anti-government activists chant slogans against Moamer Kadhafi during a funeral procession for one of the five Libyans killed the previous day while defending a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega, on March 3, 2011 on their way to Ajdabiya cemetery, 160 kms west of Benghazi. A hospital official said at least 12 people were killed in Brega, where loyalists of the Libyan leader staged their first counter-attack on a significant town in the rebel-controlled east of the country.
Libyan anti-government activists chant slogans against Moamer Kadhafi during a funeral procession for one of the five Libyans killed the previous day while defending a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega, on March 3, 2011 on their way to Ajdabiya cemetery, 160 kms west of Benghazi. A hospital official said at least 12 people were killed in Brega, where loyalists of the Libyan leader staged their first counter-attack on a significant town in the rebel-controlled east of the country.
Anti-government tribal revolutionary rebels check African migrants at a checkpoint in Ajdabia area, 150 km south west of Benghazi , March 3, 2011.
Anti-government tribal revolutionary rebels check African migrants at a checkpoint in Ajdabia area, 150 km south west of Benghazi , March 3, 2011.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA - MARCH 03:  Rebel fighters shoot into the air during a funeral for slain comrades on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died reportedly in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA – MARCH 03: Rebel fighters shoot into the air during a funeral for slain comrades on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died reportedly in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA - MARCH 03:  Bullet cases fly as rebel fighters shoot into the air during a funeral for slain comrades on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died reportedly in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
Defected Libyan soldiers and volunteers load weapons onto a truck on the outskirts of the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 3, 2011. Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine-guns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installation at Brega Thursday, securing the site after the opposition repelled an attempt by loyalists of Moammar Gadhafi to retake the port in rebel-held east Libya.
Defected Libyan soldiers and volunteers load weapons onto a truck on the outskirts of the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 3, 2011. Mutinous army units in pickup trucks armed with machine-guns and rocket launchers deployed around the strategic oil installation at Brega Thursday, securing the site after the opposition repelled an attempt by loyalists of Moammar Gadhafi to retake the port in rebel-held east Libya.
Mourners raise their rifles during the funeral of rebels killed in clashes with forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in Brega, in Benghazi March 3, 2011.

pembangkang Libya menolak untuk berunding dengan Gaddafi Melainkan Gaddafi berambus terlebih dahulu..

Libyan opposition rejects govt. talks

A Libyan anti-government group The National Council has rejected negotiations with the government unless Muammar Gaddafi goes into exile.
“If there is any negotiation it will be on one single thing — how Gaddafi is going to leave the country or step down so we can save lives. There is nothing else to negotiate,” said Ahmed Jabreel, an aide to the council on Thursday.
“We are not going to negotiate any political solution. We want him put on trial, but if we don’t give him an exit, we know more people will be killed,” Jabreel added.
The 30-member national council was established in the eastern city of Benghazi by anti-government forces following the liberation of some eastern cities.
The council is headed by the former Justice Minister Mustafa Abdel Jalil who resigned last week in protest against the brutal crackdown on mass demonstrations.
Though US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said that Washington is “reaching out” to opposition forces in Libya, spokesman for the council, Hafiz Ghoga, has rejected foreign intervention in the country, saying “the rest of Libya will be liberated by people.”
On Wednesday, clashes between opposition forces and Gaddafi loyalists left at least ten people dead. The anti-government revolutionary forces in Brega claim they have repelled attacks and managed to liberate an oil terminal that had fallen under control of Gaddafi forces.
Reports by human rights groups say over 6,000 people have so far been killed in the government’s harsh crackdown on protesters.PressTV
Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mac 3, 2011

Gaddafi pembunuh… Rakyat terus bangkit

Mourners pray next to coffins containing the bodies of rebels killed in clashes with forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in Brega, during their funeral in Benghazi March 3, 2011.
Mourners pray next to coffins containing the bodies of rebels killed in clashes with forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in Brega, during their funeral in Benghazi March 3, 2011.
Mourners pray next to a coffin containing the body of a rebel killed in clashes with forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in Brega, during his funeral in Benghazi March 3, 2011.
Anti-Gaddafi protesters fire their guns into the air during the funeral of rebels who died on Wednesday during clashes between rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, at the cemetery in Ajdabia area, 150 south west of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
Anti-Gaddafi protesters fire their guns into the air during the funeral of rebels who died on Wednesday during clashes between rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, at the cemetery in Ajdabia area, 150 south west of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
Anti-Gaddafi protester carries the body of a miscarried baby  he said died on Wednesday during clashes between rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, at the cemetery  in Ajdabia area, 150 southwest of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
Anti-Gaddafi protester carries the body of a miscarried baby he said died on Wednesday during clashes between rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, at the cemetery in Ajdabia area, 150 southwest of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
The family members of anti-government tribal revolutionary rebels who were killed on Wednesday after armed clashes with pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, mourn in front of a hospital before burying them in cemetery in Ajdabiya area, 150km south west of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
The family members of anti-government tribal revolutionary rebels who were killed on Wednesday after armed clashes with pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, mourn in front of a hospital before burying them in cemetery in Ajdabiya area, 150km south west of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
Anti-government tribal revolutionary rebels mourn for those who were killed on Wednesday after armed clashes with pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, before a funeral in a cemetery in Ajdabiya area, 150 km southwest of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
Anti-government tribal revolutionary rebels mourn for those who were killed on Wednesday after armed clashes with pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, before a funeral in a cemetery in Ajdabiya area, 150 km southwest of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
Libyan anti-government activists carry the coffin a Libyan rebel killed the previous day while defending a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega, on March 3, 2011 during a funeral procession on their way to Ajdabiya cemetery, 160 kms west of Benghazi. A hospital official said at least 12 people were killed in Brega, where loyalists of the Libyan leader staged their first counter-attack on a significant town in the rebel-controlled east of the country.
Libyan anti-government activists carry the coffin a Libyan rebel killed the previous day while defending a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega, on March 3, 2011 during a funeral procession on their way to Ajdabiya cemetery, 160 kms west of Benghazi. A hospital official said at least 12 people were killed in Brega, where loyalists of the Libyan leader staged their first counter-attack on a significant town in the rebel-controlled east of the country.
A rebel aims a rocket launcher in Brega March 3, 2011.
A rebel aims a rocket launcher in Brega March 3, 2011.
Libyan rebels prepare an anti-aircraft gun at the west gate of Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of Benghazi, on March 3, 2011 a day after a massive battle to defend a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega.
A rebel holds a rocket-propelled grenade launcher (RPG) at a checkpoint in Brega, March 3, 2011.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA - MARCH 03:  A rebel fighter greets a crowd of comrades while heading towards the frontline on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA – MARCH 03: A rebel fighter greets a crowd of comrades while heading towards the frontline on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
A rebel sits on an anti-aircraft gun on the outskirts of Ajdabiya on the road leading to Brega March 3, 2011.
A rebel aims a rocket launcher in Brega March 3, 2011.
A rebel holds a rocket propelled grenade at a checkpoint in Brega March 3, 2011.
Libyan anti-government activists chant slogans against Moamer Kadhafi during a funeral procession for one of the five Libyans killed the previous day while defending a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega, on March 3, 2011 on their way to Ajdabiya cemetery, 160 kms west of Benghazi. A hospital official said at least 12 people were killed in Brega, where loyalists of the Libyan leader staged their first counter-attack on a significant town in the rebel-controlled east of the country.
Libyan anti-government activists chant slogans against Moamer Kadhafi during a funeral procession for one of the five Libyans killed the previous day while defending a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega, on March 3, 2011 on their way to Ajdabiya cemetery, 160 kms west of Benghazi. A hospital official said at least 12 people were killed in Brega, where loyalists of the Libyan leader staged their first counter-attack on a significant town in the rebel-controlled east of the country.
Anti-Gaddafi protesters fire their guns into the air during the funeral of rebels who died on Wednesday during clashes between rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces in Brega city, at the cemetery in Ajdabia area, 150 south west of Benghazi, March 3, 2011.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA - MARCH 03:  Opposition supporters carry coffins during a funeral for slain rebel fighters on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
AJDABIYA, LIBYA – MARCH 03: Opposition supporters carry coffins during a funeral for slain rebel fighters on March 3, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. At least fourteen people died in fighting in Brega Wednesday when rebels fought back an offensive from troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi.
Libyan soldiers who defected to the anti-Gadhafi forces pray on the outskirts of the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Thursday, March 3, 2011.
A rebel sits on an anti-aircraft gun at a checkpoint in Brega, March 3, 2011.
People mourn on March 3, 2011 in Benghazi on the grave of a Libyan rebel killed the previous day while defending a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega, after attending the funerals. A hospital official said at least 12 people were killed in Brega, where loyalists of the Libyan leader staged their first counter-attack on a significant town in the rebel-controlled east of the country.
People mourn on March 3, 2011 in Benghazi on the grave of a Libyan rebel killed the previous day while defending a strategically important oil refinery town from a regime counter-attack in Brega, after attending the funerals. A hospital official said at least 12 people were killed in Brega, where loyalists of the Libyan leader staged their first counter-attack on a significant town in the rebel-controlled east of the country.
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Rebels pray on the outskirts of Ajdabiya on the road leading to Brega March 2, 2011.
Rebels pray on the outskirts of Ajdabiya on the road leading to Brega March 2, 2011.
Rebels pray on the outskirts of Ajdabiyah, on the road leading to Brega, March 2, 2011.
A Libyan rebel prepars a rocket launcher during a battle against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A Libyan rebel prepars a rocket launcher during a battle against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five
Libyan rebels take their position as they battel against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters vehicle in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
Rebel forces ride on the back of a pick-up truck as they head for battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
Libyan rebels celebrate the announce that the nearby city of 'Brega is now under the full control of the revolution,' a police general said, while preparing to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 after Pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
A Libyan rebel holds RPG launchers during a battle against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters vehicle in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A Libyan rebel fighter is seen close to Brega on March 02, 2011, as pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the city some 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
A dead Libyan man is taken into a hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed "We will fight until the last man and woman" and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.
A dead Libyan man is taken into a hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed “We will fight until the last man and woman” and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.
Libyan rebel take their position during a battle against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A Libyan rebel holds his AK-47 as he walks next to pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters vehicle, in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
Libyan rebels prepares rocket launhers to take them to the battle scene against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A Libyan rebel moves holds his automatic machine gun as he walks forward during a battle against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
Libyan rebels with RPG launchers take their position during a battle against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
Rebels stand around an antiaircraft weapon on the outskirts of Ajdabiya, on the road leading to Brega, March 2, 2011.
A Libyan rebel carries rockets to send it to the battle scene against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A Libyan rebel helps his injured colleague who was wounded in his leg during a battle with pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters vehicle in the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A Libyan man inspects spent munitions after a fire fights with forces from the Libyan army in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011.
A Libyan man inspects spent munitions after a fire fights with forces from the Libyan army in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011.
A Libyan rebel reacts as he holds his RPG launcher during a battel against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters vehicle in the town of Brega, east of Libya,  Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A Libyan fighters reacts as he holds his RPG launcher during a battel against pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters vehicle in the town of Brega, east of Libya, Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
Libyan rebels prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as Pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.
Rebels wave a Kingdom of Libya flag as they ride on top of a tank on the outskirts of Ajdabiyah, on the road leading to Brega, March 2, 2011. The flag which was used when Libya gained independence from Italy in 1951, has been used as a symbol of resistance against Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi in the recent protests.
Libyan rebels prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as Pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.
Libyan fighters prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as Pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.
A rebel holds a gun on the outskirts of Ajdabiya, on the road leading to Brega, March 2, 2011. Government troops briefly captured Marsa El Brega, an oil export terminal, before being driven back by rebels who have controlled the town 800 km (500 miles) east of the capital Tripoli for about a week, rebel officers said.
AL-BREGA, LIBYA - MARCH 02:  Onlookers view a dead rebel fighter after he was killed on the front line with Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.
AL-BREGA, LIBYA - MARCH 02:  Rebel fighters advance on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.
A Libyan rebel shoots towards a burning pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters vehicle in celebrating of them retaking the town of Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A Libyan rebel celebrates after they retake the Brega town from pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
A rebel soldier walks with a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) in Brega March 2, 2011.
Libyan men prepare to go fight forces from the Libyan army outside the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed "We will fight until the last man and woman" and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.
Libyan rebel fighters stand on a hill as others perform the noon prayer on March 2, 2011 in Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of the eastern city of Benghazi. Opposition forces fought intense battles to repel Moamer Kadhafi's forces from the nearby key eastern oil port of Brega as the regime's biggest counter-offensive yet left at least 10 people dead.
Libyan  fighters stand on a hill as others perform the noon prayer on March 2, 2011 in Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of the eastern city of Benghazi. Opposition forces fought intense battles to repel Moamer Kadhafi’s forces from the nearby key eastern oil port of Brega as the regime’s biggest counter-offensive yet left at least 10 people dead.
Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi gestures before making a speech to supporters in which he sought to defuse tensions after more than 10 days of anti-government protests, in Tripoli March 2, 2011. Gaddafi, orchestrating a populist response to rebels threatening his rule, blamed al Qaeda on Wednesday for creating turmoil and told applauding supporters there was a conspiracy to control Libya and its oil.
Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi gestures before making a speech to supporters in which he sought to defuse tensions after more than 10 days of anti-government protests, in Tripoli March 2, 2011. Gaddafi, orchestrating a populist response to rebels threatening his rule, blamed al Qaeda on Wednesday for creating turmoil and told applauding supporters there was a conspiracy to control Libya and its oil.
Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi gestures to his supporters before making a speech in which he sought to defuse tensions after more than 10 days of anti-government protests, in Tripoli March 2, 2011. Gaddafi, orchestrating a populist response to rebels threatening his rule, blamed al Qaeda on Wednesday for creating turmoil and told applauding supporters there was a conspiracy to control Libya and its oil.
Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi gestures to his supporters before making a speech in which he sought to defuse tensions after more than 10 days of anti-government protests, in Tripoli March 2, 2011. Gaddafi, orchestrating a populist response to rebels threatening his rule, blamed al Qaeda on Wednesday for creating turmoil and told applauding supporters there was a conspiracy to control Libya and its oil.
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A rebel soldier gestures while holding onto a rocket-propelled grenade launcher (RPG) in Brega March 2, 2011.
A rebel soldier gestures while holding onto a rocket-propelled grenade launcher (RPG) in Brega March 2, 2011.
A rebel soldier takes aim with a rocket-propelled grenade launcher (RPG) in Brega March 2, 2011.
Supporters cheer as a  convoy of Libyan rebel soldiers drives in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
Supporters cheer as a convoy of Libyan rebel soldiers drives in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
Libyan rebel celebrate after they retake the Brega town from pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
Libyan rebel celebrate after they retake the Brega town from pro-Moaamar Gadhafi fighters, in Brega, east of Libya, on Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Regime opponents battled forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi who tried Wednesday to retake a key oil installation in a counteroffensive Wednesday against the rebel-held eastern half of the country. At one point in the flip-flopping battle, anti-Gadhafi fighters cornered the attackers in a nearby seaside university campus in fierce fighting that killed at least five.
Rebel forces are cheered by supporters as they ride on the back of a pick-up truck in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
Rebel forces are cheered by supporters as they ride on the back of a pick-up truck in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
A rebel holds his ears as a bomb launched by a Libyan air force jet loyal to Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi explodes in the desert near Brega, March 2, 2011.
A rebel holds his ears as a bomb launched by a Libyan air force jet loyal to Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi explodes in the desert near Brega, March 2, 2011.
A rebel fires a rocket at a Libyan air force jet loyal to Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi during a battle in the desert near Brega, March 2, 2011.
A rebel fires a rocket at a Libyan air force jet loyal to Libya’s leader Muammar Gaddafi during a battle in the desert near Brega, March 2, 2011.
Rebel soldiers gesture atop a car as they head to Brega, in Ajdabiya March 2, 2011.
Libyan rebels ready their weapons and munitions in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.
Libyan rebels ready their weapons and munitions in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.
Libyan rebels prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as Pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.
Libyan rebels prepare to battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 as Pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes, residents said.
A Libyan rebel soldier carries ammunition as rebel forces prepare for battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
A Libyan rebel soldier carries ammunition as rebel forces prepare for battle in Ajdabiya on March 2, 2011 while pro Moamer Kadhafi soldiers and mercenaries armed with tanks and heavy artillery stormed the nearby city of Brega, 200 kilometres (125 miles) southwest of the main eastern city Benghazi, sparking heavy clashes.
AL-BREGA, LIBYA - MARCH 02:  Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.
AL-BREGA, LIBYA – MARCH 02: Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.
AL-BREGA, LIBYA - MARCH 02:  Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.
AL-BREGA, LIBYA – MARCH 02: Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.
AL-BREGA, LIBYA - MARCH 02:  Rebel fighters celebrate after advancing on the front line against Libyan government forces on March 2, 2011 in al-Brega, Libya. The rebels drove out troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi from the coastal town after the government forces had taken it overnight.
Libyan rebel fighters stand on a hill as others perform the noon prayer on March 2, 2011 in Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of the eastern city of Benghazi. Opposition forces fought intense battles to repel Moamer Kadhafi's forces from the nearby key eastern oil port of Brega as the regime's biggest counter-offensive yet left at least 10 people dead.
Libyan rebel fighters stand on a hill as others perform the noon prayer on March 2, 2011 in Ajdabiya, 160 kms west of the eastern city of Benghazi. Opposition forces fought intense battles to repel Moamer Kadhafi’s forces from the nearby key eastern oil port of Brega as the regime’s biggest counter-offensive yet left at least 10 people dead.
A wounded Libyan man is treated inside a hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed "We will fight until the last man and woman" and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.
A wounded Libyan man is treated inside a hospital in the eastern town of Brega, Libya, Wednesday, March 2, 2011. Gadhafi vowed “We will fight until the last man and woman” and lashed out against Europe and the United States for their pressure on him to step down, warning that thousands of Libyans will die if U.S. and NATO forces intervene in the conflict.









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