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# Libyan Rebels

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Gaddafi loyalists 'seize control' of Libyan city
Yes, you read that right. Fighters loyal to the former dictator have clashed with the country’s new rulers, sparking fears of further civil war.
The cost of a revolution? Libya's rulers open their books to reveal expenditure
The interim government has publicly revealed spending details amid questions over its legitimacy. Meanwhile fighters in Sirte have made further gains.
Fierce battle under way for Gaddafi's final stronghold
Rebels are mounting a “final push” into Sirte, fighting running street battles with loyalist snipers.
Meet the rebels: the government waiting for Gaddafi to tumble
The National Transitional Council is the only body able to fill the void – but can the rebel leaders be united once in power?
Gilmore: rebel council "now the only authority in Libya"
The Tánaiste welcomes “what appears to be the end of the Gaddafi dictatorship in Libya” and urges Gaddafi to step down.
A MacBook and a cigarette lighter socket: how the fall of Tripoli was reported live
Sky News correspondent Alex Crawford has earned widespread praise for her astonishing reporting on the road to Tripoli last night.
Libya rebels disband cabinet following general's death
The death of General Abdel Fatah Younis has exposed discord in the movement fighting to remove Gaddafi from power.
The week in photos
This is the week that was, in pictures.
Libyan rebels use Skype to contact covert opposition in Tripoli
Rebel council claims it is in contact with a 100-person-strong underground network in Tripoli to gauge morale in the capital.
Gaddafi brands NATO "murderers" over civilian deaths
“We will resist and the battle will continue to the beyond, until you’re wiped out,” said a defiant Gaddafi.
End Game: Talks begin on how to run Libya after Gaddafi
A 22-nation group meets rebels to discuss how the country will be run, as Gaddafi aides son reportedly prepares an exit.
Gaddafi vows never to surrender, but Obama says it's just a matter of time
US President Barack Obama says progress has been made in the past three months in Libya and it’s “just a matter of time” before Gaddafi yields to pressure and resigns.
US diplomat travels to Benghazi to meet with rebel council leaders
In what has been seen as a show of support for the anti-Gaddafi fighters, a high-ranking US diplomat has travelled to Benghazi to meet with members of the National Transitional Council.
Rebels claim complete control of Misrata
Libyan rebels say they have taken full control of the strategic western port city of Misrata.
NATO: We didn't know Libya rebels used tanks
NATO says it launched air strikes against the anti-Gaddafi rebels because it didn’t realise they were the ones in tanks.
NATO air strikes kill Libyan rebels according to reports
NATO have not immediately confirmed the reports which say that 13 rebels have been killed.
France admits: it may be too late to oust Gaddafi
Foreign minister Alain Juppe says world leaders might have waited too long – and that Gaddafi is gaining too much strength.
Gaddafi forces "cleanse" oil town of rebel gangs
Troops loyal to the Libyan leader say they have won back control of Brega, a strategic oil town 170km from Tripoli.