Egyptians celebrate Libyan rebels

Hundreds of demonstrators gather in front of Libyan embassy in Cairo.

By REUTERS
August 22, 2011 22:56

 
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Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in front of the Libyan embassy in Cairo Sunday night to celebrate the imminent collapse of Mummar Gaddafi.

Protesters waved flags and flashed the victory sign upon word that rebel forces had closed in on Tripoli.

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178 kilometers away in Alexandra, more Libyan demonstrators gather in front of-- and on-- the consulate building, tearing down the Libyan nameplate.

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