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Spotlight on the Libyan rebels (25 images)

With the capture of Tripoli and continued success, as slow as it may be at times, the rebel forces in Libya have achieved a series of military and diplomatic victories over the past several months following after the Arab Spring.
A member of Libya's ruling National Transitional Council (NTC) fires at pro-Gaddafi forces during clashes in eastern Libya, September 24, 2011. Fighters for Libya's interim rulers entered Moamer Kadhafi's hometown of Sirte today in a surprise assault that NATO said it backed to halt brutal acts by followers of the ousted regime. UPI/Amru Taha
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A member of Libya's ruling National Transitional Council (NTC) fires at pro-Gaddafi forces during clashes in eastern Libya, September 24, 2011. Fighters for Libya's interim rulers entered Moamer Kadhafi's hometown of Sirte today in a surprise assault that NATO said it backed to halt brutal acts by followers of the ousted regime. UPI/Amru Taha
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A member of Libya's ruling National Transitional Council (NTC) fires at pro-Gaddafi forces during clashes in eastern Libya, September 24, 2011. Fighters for Libya's interim rulers entered Moamer Kadhafi's hometown of Sirte today in a surprise assault that NATO said it backed to halt brutal acts by followers of the ousted regime. UPI/Amru Taha
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Libyan fighters loyal to the new regime in the desert before heading to the frontline in the nearby city of Sirte in eastern Libya, on September 23, 2011 , one of the last hold-outs of the the ousted dictator Moamer Kadhafi's forces. Desperate residents fled Moamer Kadhafi's hometown Sirte on Friday, as fighters of Libya's interim government probed the city's eastern outskirts in anticipation of a final assault on one of the fallen leader's two remaining bastions. UPI/ Amru Taha
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Libyan fighters loyal to the new regime in the desert before heading to the frontline in the nearby city of Sirte in eastern Libya, on September 23, 2011 , one of the last hold-outs of the the ousted dictator Moamer Kadhafi's forces. Desperate residents fled Moamer Kadhafi's hometown Sirte on Friday, as fighters of Libya's interim government probed the city's eastern outskirts in anticipation of a final assault on one of the fallen leader's two remaining bastions. UPI/ Amru Taha
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Libyan fighters loyal to the new regime in the desert before heading to the frontline in the nearby city of Sirte in eastern Libya, on September 23, 2011 , one of the last hold-outs of the the ousted dictator Moamer Kadhafi's forces. Desperate residents fled Moamer Kadhafi's hometown Sirte on Friday, as fighters of Libya's interim government probed the city's eastern outskirts in anticipation of a final assault on one of the fallen leader's two remaining bastions. UPI/ Amru Taha
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Libyans peers into an underground tunnel at inside of Baba al Azizia, Moammar Gaddafi's main military compound on August 26, 2011 in Tripoli, Libya. The main compound has turned into a tourist attraction and a symbol of Gaddafi's ousted regime. Numbers of Libyans are gathering to celebrate his downfall and to tour the compound which up until August 23, 2011 has been hidden from public view until the recent surge into Tripoli by rebel forces. UPI/Tarek Elframawy
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