Anti-Gaddafi forces speed towards Bani Walid

By REUTERS
September 16, 2011 10:06

 
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NORTH OF BANI WALID, Libya - Columns of anti-Gaddafi forces sped towards Bani Walid on Friday after their position came under attack and one of their number said they were planning to take the town, one of the last bastions of support for the ousted Libyan leader.

"We have received orders from our commanders and we are going into Bani Walid today from different locations," anti-Gaddafi fighter Mohammed Jwaida told Reuters at a factory 20 km (15 miles) north of the city, where the rebels were dug in.

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