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each of these leader's for life types has un-marked graves filled with their pretend enemies.
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.Mass grave found in Libya with remains of 1,270

By KIM GAMEL - Associated Press | AP 2 hrs 43 mins ago. 25 Sept. 2011

TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) Libyan revolutionary authorities say they have discovered a mass grave containing the remains of 1,270 inmates killed by the regime of Moammar Gadhafi in a 1996 prison massacre.

The site was found near Tripoli's Abu Salim prison, where the victims were killed on June 26, 1996, after protesting conditions at the facility.

The announcement was made Sunday by Dr. Ibrahim Abu Sahima of the government committee overseeing the search for victims of the former regime.

He says investigators found the grave two weeks ago after getting information from captured regime officials and witnesses.

Officials will ask for international assistance in identifying the remains.
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The revolutionary fighters are about to bring this to a close if Gadhafi & his war monger son are still there. Even if they aren't this is the last stand against them, I believe.

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.Libya fighters punch into east of Gadhafi hometown

By BEN HUBBARD and MAGGIE MICHAEL - Associated Press | AP 1 hr 15 mins ago. 27 Sept. 2011

SIRTE, Libya (AP) Libyan revolutionary forces battled their way into the eastern outskirts of Moammar Gadhafi's hometown of Sirte on Tuesday, trying to link up with anti-Gadhafi fighters besieging the city from the west, commanders said.

More than a month after sweeping into Tripoli and ending Gadhafi's nearly 42-year rule, Libyan forces still face fierce resistance from the fugitive leader's supporters on three fronts in Sirte, the town of Bani Walid southeast of the capital and in pockets in the country's vast desert south.

Some of the heaviest fighting has taken place in Sirte, which anti-Gadhafi forces first attacked nearly two weeks ago. They have since pulled back in the face of fierce resistance from Gadhafi loyalists holed up inside.

Revolutionary forces have staked out positions to the west and south of the city, and commanders said anti-Gadhafi forces advancing on Sirte from the east also pushed into the city's outskirts Tuesday.

Abdel-Basit Haroun, a rebel field commander, said his fighters reached a roundabout less than six miles (10 kilometers) east of the city center. He said the plan was for the forces from the east and west to meet inside Sirte.

"We are almost there, but the hard phase of the takeover has just begun," Haroun said. "We stopped using heavy weapons because the residential areas are packed with families, children and women. We are also facing snipers all over the rooftops of tall buildings."

Haroun said foggy weather was also not helping the battle.

He said his forces had installed checkpoints around Sirte to arrest any Gadhafi troops who try to slip out of the city alongside crowds of fleeing civilians.

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This can't stop these fighter whom seek liberties unknown for decades.

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AP – 4 hrs ago. 28 Sept. 2011

TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — An anti-Gadhafi field commander says the top military official for revolutionary forces fighting loyalists in a key regime stronghold has been killed in a rocket attack.

Osama al-Fasi says the commander, Daw Saleheen, was killed Wednesday by a heat-seeking rocket while fighting in Bani Walid, southeast of Tripoli.

Saleheen was imprisoned for more than 20 years by Moammar Gadhafi's regime and was leading anti-Gadhafi forces in their battle for Bani Walid, one of the last remaining bastions of Gadhafi loyalists since the fall of Tripoli more than a month ago.

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TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — Libya's new rulers believe Moammar Gadhafi may be hiding in the southern desert, possibly in a vast area near the Algerian border, under the protection of ethnic Tuareg fighters, an official said Wednesday.

Abdel-Rahman Busin, a military spokesman in Tripoli, also said revolutionary forces knew Gadhafi's son, Seif al-Islam, was in the regime stronghold of Bani Walid two weeks ago because they held negotiations about his possible surrender. But he said the talks had broken down and it was not known whether he was still in the town.

Revolutionary forces gained control of Tripoli and much of the rest of the North African nation late last month, but Gadhafi fled and has been trying to rally supporters from hiding as fighting continues on three fronts. His sons also escaped and there have been several unconfirmed reports about their whereabouts.

Military officials fear Gadhafi may still be able to stoke violence from his hiding place.

So use those heat seeking missiles that got trucked off to unknown areas, before they make it to Iraq, Afghanistan or other hot spots in the M.E.

Busin said the military has intelligence that Gadhafi is hiding in the vast southern desert with help from Tuareg fighters. Ethnic Tuaregs, whose nomadic community spans the desert border of Niger, Mali, Libya, Algeria and Chad, are among Gadhafi's strongest remaining supporters.

"We do believe that he is somewhere in that region and we do know that Tuaregs are supporting him, probably because he's paying them," Busin said.

He did not offer evidence and acknowledged the military cannot confirm anything.

"It's a very large bit of land to cover. We don't have the people to cover it all and he could move around quite freely," Busin told The Associated Press.

One report suggested Gadhafi was southwest of the desert town of Sabha, Busin said. He also said a recent attack on the border town of Ghadamis raised suspicion that the fugitive leader was hiding in the surrounding region, a vast area near the Algerian frontier. "Possibly they were just creating a diversion," he said.

Pro-Gadhafi gunmen crossed the border from Algeria to attack revolutionary forces in Ghadamis last week, killing at least nine people, local officials said.

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And the heat seeking rockets I mentioned must be found and given up. Or the West must make the new govt. pay big time for the lose of such dangerous weapons.
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Good news but I want to know just whom & where the near 20,000 heat seeking missiles went.


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By KIM GAMEL and RAMI AL-SHAHEIBI - Associated Press | AP 49 mins ago.

BENGHAZI, Libya (AP) Libya's transitional leaders named a new Cabinet Monday and vowed to step down after the country is secured, a move designed to show the North African nation is moving on even though fighting persists and Moammar Gadhafi remains at large.

The announcement was made jointly by the head of the National Transitional Council, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, and de facto Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril in a news conference following weeks of political infighting and delays over the formation of a new government.

In the end, the Cabinet lineup did not contain many changes, prompting many Libyans to question why it took so long, coming about six weeks after revolutionary forces seized the capital, Tripoli, and forced Gadhafi into hiding.

Jibril, who graduated from and taught strategic planning at the University of Pittsburgh for several years, remains in his position but also takes over as foreign minister, meaning his current deputy and Foreign Minister Ali al-Issawi is out. Ali al-Tarhouni, a U.S.-educated economist, will continue acting as oil minister until the National Oil Company is ready to take over.

The new leaders said they would remain in place until the country is secured and liberation is declared, then a new transitional government would be formed within a month.

"We have signed a pledge to the Libyan people that we will not be part of the future government not in any way," Abdul-Jalil said to applause.

The pledge was intended to reassure the public they will not suffer under another dictatorship.
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NATO is about to end it's missions. Plenty more on Libya if you use the link at the very bottom.

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.NATO sets out goals to end Libya mission

By Laurent Thomet | AFP 1 hr 23 mins ago. 6 Oct. 2011

NATO mapped out conditions Thursday to end the Libya air war, vowing to keep bombing until Kadhafi forces stop attacking civilians and the new leadership can ensure security across the country.

With Moamer Kadhafi diehards surrounded by the new leadership's forces in Sirte and Bani Walid, and the fallen Libyan leader in hiding, NATO defence ministers set out criteria for terminating the six-month-old mission.

"It's clear that the end is in sight. Kadhafi forces are fighting for a lost cause," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen told a news conference after two days of talk between NATO defence ministers in Brussels.

"We are determined to pursue our operation as long as threats persist, but to end it as soon as conditions permit," Rasmussen added.

US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said after a working lunch with counterparts that there was a "pretty clear consensus" among alliance ministers on four conditions that need to be met to terminate the mission.

The first condition, he said, is "what happens" in the battle for Kadhafi's birthplace, Sirte, one of the last two bastions of the former regime along with the southern desert town of Bani Walid.

The three other conditions included whether Kadhafi forces maintained the capability to attack civilians, whether Kadhafi himself could command fighters and whether the new leadership could secure the country.

Panetta was to travel to the operation's headquarters in Naples, Italy, later Thursday to confer with Canadian Lieutenant General Charles Bouchard, who is in charge of the mission.

The military commanders will review the situation on the ground and provide recommendations, but the final decision to end the mission will rest in the hands of political leaders, Panetta said.

Officials said NATO would coordinate the end of its mission with the United Nations and the National Transitional Council (NTC).

Intense fighting raged on Thursday in Sirte, some 360 kilometres (225 miles) east of Tripoli, after Kadhafi forces tried to break the siege by NTC forces.

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Well this one area where the fighting is in Gadhafi home town isn't going to be easy..

Where are the tanks & other heavy wepons they captured? Cause doing frontal assults isn't wise nor productive.

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.Libyan fighters push deep into Gadhafi's hometown

By CHRISTOPHER GILLETTE and HADEEL AL-SHALCHI - Associated Press | AP 43 mins ago. 7 Oct. 2011

SIRTE, Libya (AP) Revolutionary fighters assaulted Moammar Gadhafi's hometown from all sides Friday in what they hope will be a final all-out offensive to crush resistance in the most important bastion of regime loyalists.

Libya's new leaders say Sirte's fall is critical to formally declaring liberation and setting a timeline for elections even if fighting persists elsewhere and the ousted leader is nowhere to be found more than six weeks after the then-rebels seized control of the capital and most other parts of the country.

Smoke drifted over the skyline and explosions thundered throughout the besieged city, as long lines of civilians fleeing by car formed at checkpoints manned by revolutionary forces.

Anti-Gadhafi fighters pushed into the Mediterranean coastal city from the west, east and south in heavy fighting, trying to squeeze his supporters into a smaller and smaller perimeter. The two sides battered each other with rockets, mortar shells and tank fire, as Gadhafi snipers fired down on fighters advancing through housing complexes. Friday's push marked the largest new assault on the city in weeks. The former rebels had said they were delaying a final push to allow civilians to escape.

A U.S. administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence matters, said that 80 percent of the city was now pacified or under the control of the transitional government. The official said the remaining area might take a little more time as forces move methodically to eliminate the resistance.

NATO airstrikes have been critical to the rebels' successes.

Fighters entering through the western gate on Friday quickly advanced to within just a mile (two kilometers) of the city center but faced heavy resistance from a loyalist force of roughly 800 men, according to one commander's estimate.

"We started the attack at 6 a.m. today. The first group hit the outskirts of Sirte. We were fired on by Gadhafi snipers. We had many soldiers wounded," said commander Altaib Aleroebi of the ex-rebels' West Mountain Brigade, which led the attack on the western front.

He said they then pushed into the city and targeted the Ouagadougou convention center, where Gadhafi's loyalists have been barricaded. From the grandiose conference hall, which Gadhafi built to host international summits, loyalist forces have been able to dominate the defense of surrounding residential areas.

The fighters moving toward the hall were driven back by heavy machine gun and sniper fire.

At least 12 revolutionary fighters were killed and 195 were wounded, doctors said. Ambulances sped down Sirte's main avenue to a field hospital set up in an abandoned villa five miles (eight kilometers) from the center. Doctors said a senior commander, Ali Saeh of the Free Libya Brigade, was injured, shot twice by a sniper as he led fighters through loyalist forces in a residential area.

"We are receiving many gunshot wounds, mostly to the head, neck and chest from sniper fire. We have received many injured today," Dr. Ahmed Mohammed Tantoun said Friday, adding he expects many more injured fighters to arrive through the day as fighting intensifies.

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The fighting continues as the rebels try to take Gadhafi home town..

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By CHRISTOPHER GILLETTE and KIM GAMEL - AP 5 hrs ago. 8 Oct. 2011

SIRTE, Libya (AP) With NATO warplanes circling overhead, revolutionary fighters battled block by block Saturday as snipers rained fire from rooftops in fierce street fighting in Moammar Gadhafi's hometown the most important remaining bastion of support for the fugitive leader.

The battle for Sirte is crucial because Libya's new leaders have promised to declare liberation after it is captured even though fighting continues elsewhere and Gadhafi remains on the run. That will allow them to move forward with setting a timeline for elections and establishing normalcy in the oil-rich North African nation.

Revolutionary forces launched a major attack on Friday, pushing into the Mediterranean coastal city from the west, east and south after a three week siege from the outskirts in which they said they were giving civilians time to flee.

Gadhafi forces also remain entrenched in the central city of Bani Walid, but the transitional leaders say they will declare liberation without it because Sirte's fall will give them control over all seaports and harbors.

British Defense Secretary Liam Fox pledged to keep up NATO airstrikes even after Sirte's fall, saying the international military action would continue as long as the remnants of the regime pose a risk to the people of Libya.

"We have a message for those who are still fighting for Gadhafi that the game is over, you have been rejected by the people of Libya," he told reporters Saturday in Tripoli.

Anti-Gadhafi forces met strong resistance as they pushed to within less than half a mile (kilometer) from loyalist fighters dug in around Sirte's Ouagadougou convention center and Green Square in fierce street fighting in the heart of the city.

Libya's de facto leader, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, the head of the governing National Transitional Council, said the battle has been "ferocious," with 15 revolutionary fighters killed and 180 wounded on Friday.

"Our fighters today are still dealing with the snipers positioned on the high buildings and we sustained heavy casualties," he said at a joint news conference in Tripoli with Fox and Italian Defense Secretary Ignazio La Russa.

Suleiman Ali, commander for revolutionary forces, said loyalist forces have been driven away from Ibn Sina Hospital where hundreds of civilians have sought refuge from the fighting.

A military spokesman in Tripoli, Abdel-Rahman Busin, said he expected the city to be declared free in the next 24 hours.

"They've pretty much taken the city and it's just a few pockets of resistance," he said, adding snipers were still posing a major threat.

NATO warplanes flew overhead but no strikes were immediately reported.

Abdul-Jalil called on the international community to help Libyans treat the wounded, saying they could deduct the cost from Libyan assets that were frozen under Gadhafi's regime.

Sirte, 250 miles (400 kilometers) southeast of Tripoli, is key to the physical unity of the nation of some 6 million people, since it lies roughly in the center of the coastal plain where most Libyans live, blocking the easiest routes between east and west.

The international community has rallied around Libya's efforts to move forward with forming a new government, with transitional leaders promising elections within eight months after liberation is declared.

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Gamel reported from Tripoli.
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I am glad for liberties that will come to each once this is over.

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By CHRISTOPHER GILLETTE - Associated Press 6 hrs ago. 10 Oct. 2011

SIRTE, Libya (AP) Jubilant revolutionary forces raised their tricolor flag Monday over a convention center in Sirte that served as a base for Moammar Gadhafi's loyalists there, but fighting surged elsewhere in the fugitive leader's hometown.

Col. Younis al-Abdally, a commander in Sirte, said his troops have surrounded pro-Gadhafi fighters in a small area in the upscale Dollar Street. He conceded the final battle is likely to be a fierce one, saying he has information one of Gadhafi's sons and a number of top officials from the ousted leader's regime are holed up in villas in Sirte.

He spoke as tank, rocket and machine-gun fire echoed through the streets around the Ouagadougou Convention Center, an ornate complex that Gadhafi frequently used for international summit meetings.

The capture of the walled complex was a symbolic victory because Gadhafi fighters have used it as a base and stronghold throughout a weekslong siege of the Mediterranean coastal city by forces of the new government.

Revolutionary forces also claimed significant gains in the inland enclave of Bani Walid, after weeks of faltering advances that resulted in part from the challenging terrain of desert hills and steep valleys. Bani Walid is believed to be harboring high level figures from the Gadhafi regime.

Libya's de facto leader, Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, head of the governing National Transitional Council, said Sunday that he expected both cities to be seized within a week. Similar predictions in the past have not been fulfilled.

Heavy fighting raged in Sirte on Monday as fighters pushed through residential areas that have been used as cover for the former regime's snipers.

The transitional leadership, eager to move forward with efforts to hold elections and establish a democracy more than six weeks after seizing control of the capital, has said it will declare that Libya has been liberated after Sirte falls.

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.NATO says extent of resistance in Libya surprising

By CHRISTOPHER GILLETTE and SLOBODAN LEKIC - Associated Press | AP 2 hrs 0 mins ago. 11 Oct. 2011

SIRTE, Libya (AP) NATO expressed surprise Tuesday at the determined resistance by forces defending Moammar Gadhafi's hometown as heavy fighting persisted more than two months after the fall of the capital, Tripoli.

The comments by Col. Roland Lavoie appeared aimed at pressuring the former strongman's troops to lay down their weapons and engage in talks with one-time rebels who now rule the country, thanks largely to NATO firepower.

Instead, in places such as Sirte, Gadhafi loyalists are still fighting, even though they can no longer be resupplied after the new government's units won control of key parts of the town's center, Lavoie said.

"So from that perspective, it just does not make sense to see what these few remaining forces are doing," he said. "This could certainly be qualified as surprising both from military and political point of view."

Explosions and gunfire echoed through residential neighborhoods in Sirte Tuesday as revolutionary forces said they had the enemy pinned in a small area and had captured more than 20 members of the fugitive leader's tribe trying to escape.

Anti-Gadhafi fighters launched a major offensive on Friday in a bid to finally rout the remnants of the old regime. Libya's interim leadership has said it can declare liberation only after Sirte falls.

"The good news today is that the Gadhafi family is starting to flee Sirte," Col. Kamel el-Magrabi said, speaking from the front line where his unit of fighters from Benghazi was fighting.

Pro-Gadhafi forces fought back with snipers and mortar and machine-gun fire from buildings along the roadside. Several buildings were on fire near the front line.

Dozens of vehicles, meanwhile, lined up at a checkpoint opposite the gutted and destroyed Ougadougou Convention Center, which had been a Gadhafi base until it was overrun by revolutionary forces. Fighters checked documents and thoroughly searched vehicles for weapons and Gadhafi loyalists.

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And plenty of links with in this news release at the site.

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.Libya to investigate 'every penny' in oil graft probe[/B]

By Simon Martelli | AFP – 1 hr 33 mins ago. 13 Oct. 2011

Libya's new government vowed on Thursday to investigate "every penny" of suspicious oil contracts signed under the former regime, responsible for what it described as "unbelievable" corruption.

"Any corruption under the previous regime will be investigated... There will be specialised committees that will look into all these contracts and agreements starting with the oil sector," the National Transitional Council's oil and finance minister, Ali Tarhuni, told a news conference in Tripoli.

He did not give details of specific contracts or companies under suspicion and said that, due to the ongoing conflict, the investigation had yet to begin.

Tarhuni said the NTC would publish details of past contracts at the end of next week, and promised to turn a leaf on the practices of Moamer Kadhafi's regime.

"There was an unbelievable amount of corruption. What the size of this corruption was is the question. We will investigate every penny openly and transparently," the minister insisted, adding the interests of Libya's people would be paramount in future contractual negotiations.

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