23 March 2011 Last updated at 21:44 ET >Alive in Libya
speaks to "engineers turned revolutionaries" in the country about training to fight Col Gaddafi.
The US chief of staff for the mission in Libya insists there have been no reports of civilian casualties caused by allied action.
Dame Elizabeth Taylor, one of the biggest movie stars of the 20th Century, dies in Los Angeles at the age of 79.
Syrian security forces open fire on youths protesting against the deaths overnight of anti-government demonstrators in Deraa, witnesses say.
A US soldier accused of being a part of a rogue squad that killed unarmed Afghan men is sentenced to 24 years in prison.
Mozilla celebrates more than five million downloads of its latest browser, however Firefox's market share is declining.
Pakistan dismiss the West Indies for 112 and win their World Cup quarter-final in Mirpur by 10 wickets to set up a match with India or Australia in the last four.
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