Posted: 17th September 2011 by slaterbakh in Libya 0
The attacks came as powerful revolutionary backers from the West and Muslim world urged on the anti-Qaddafi forces. (9)
September 16: Former rebel fighters celebrate prior to heading to the frontline in Bani Walid, at a checkpoint in Wadi Dinar, Libya. (6)
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan joined Friday prayers in the heart of the capital Tripoli a day after the French and British leaders traveled to Libya. s interim government have stepped up calls to establish legitimacy and start rebuilding the country even as Qaddafi remains on the run and his followers try to hold their ground. s central coast — revolutionary units pressed their attack on two fronts with convoys that include vehicles mounted with anti-aircraft guns. (6)
Loyalist responded with sniper attacks and rocket barrages. s regime flew from mosques and buildings. (7)
The Misrata Military Council, which is coordinating the revolutionary offensive, said anti-Qaddafi forces had control of the old airport on the western edge of Sirte. (8)
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