Pro-Gaddafi forces battle both sides of Tripoli
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Pro-Gaddafi forces battle both sides of Tripoli

Forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi launched a fresh air strike on rebel fighters in a key oil port east of the capital Monday. To the west the town of Zawiya remains defiant despite being battered. (March 7) (The Associated Press)

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