Libya: Anti-Gaddafi forces enter loyalist town

By REUTERS
September 9, 2011 20:41

 
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NORTH OF BANI WALID, Libya - Fighters representing Libya's new rulers entered Bani Walid, one of the last towns loyal to ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi on Friday, saying they were fighting on the streets.

"They (anti-Gaddafi fighters) are in the north of the city fighting snipers, we have also entered from the east," senior National Transitional Council official Abdallah Kanshil said.

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