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France and Italy joined Britain in sending military advisers to insurgent-held eastern Libya, as Tripoli warned that foreign boots on the ground would prolong the conflict. This collection spotlights the rebels fighting against pro-Gadhafi forces.
A Libyan rebel stand next to an armed vehicle at the western gate of the strategic restive town of Ajdabiya, on April 20, 2011. France and Italy joined Britain in sending military advisers to insurgent-held eastern Libya, as Tripoli warned that foreign boots on the ground would prolong the conflict. UPI\Tarek Alhuony.
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Libyan rebels pray at the western gate of the strategic town of Ajdabiya on April 20, 2011. France and Italy joined Britain in sending military advisers to insurgent-held eastern Libya, as Tripoli warned that foreign boots on the ground would prolong the conflict. UPI\Tarek Alhuony.
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Libyan rebels take their positions after fighting with pro-Gadhafi forces in the western city of Ajdabiya, Libya on April 13, 2011. World powers rallied behind Libyan rebels during meeting where Italy and Qatar said the rebels need arms to defend themselves. UPI/Tarek Alhuony
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Libyan rebels stand next to an armed vehicle at the western gate of the strategic restive town of Ajdabiya, on April 20, 2011,. France and Italy joined Britain in sending military advisers to insurgent-held eastern Libya, as Tripoli warned that foreign boots on the ground would prolong the conflict. UPI\Tarek Alhuony.
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Libyan rebels look over a damaged pro-Gadhafi rocket vehicle after a fight with rebels in the western city of Ajdabiya, Libya on April 13, 2011. World powers rallied behind Libyan rebels during meeting where Italy and Qatar said the rebels need arms to defend themselves. UPI/Tarek Alhuony
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France and Italy Joined Britain in Sending Military Advisers to Insurgent-held Eastern Libya
A Libyan rebel sit on armed vehicle at the western gate of the strategic restive town of Ajdabiya, on April 20, 2011. France and Italy joined Britain in sending military advisers to insurgent-held eastern Libya, as Tripoli warned that foreign boots on the ground would prolong the conflict. UPI\Tarek Alhuony.
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A burning tank is left behind by pro-Gadhafi forces after fighting with the Libyan rebels in the western city of Ajdabiya, Libya on April 13, 2011. World powers rallied behind Libyan rebels during meeting where Italy and Qatar said the rebels need arms to defend themselves. UPI/Tarek Alhuony
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