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Libyan Rebels Recaptured The Key Eastern City in Their First Significant Victory.
A Libyan rebel smiles after Libyan rebels seized control of this strategic city the west gate of Ajdabiya on March 26, 2011, as Libyan rebels seized control of this strategic city marking their first significant victory over Colonel Kadhafi's forces since the launch of the Western-led air strikes a week ago. UPI\Mohamad shukhi.
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The anti-Gaddafi forces are Libyan groups opposed to the government of Muammar Gaddafi. These opposition forces include organised groups, participants in the 2011 Libyan civil war, Libyan diplomats that no longer support the Gaddafi-led government and Libyan military units that have switched sides to support the protestors.

• Cities controlled by pro-Gaddafi forces • Cities controlled by anti-Gaddafi forces (supported by coalition forces) • Ongoing fighting/unclear situation

The following is a list of groups who self-proclaimed opposition to the rule of Gadaffi:

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It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Libyan rebels."