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Wednesday, 28 September, 2011, 4:48 ( 2:48 GMT )
NTC Fighters Reject Truce Talks with Al Qathafi Loyalists, Reports

There has been heavy fighting in the former Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's hometown of Sirte where hundreds of loyalists keep offering strong resistance to defend the city on the Mediterranean coast against the National Transitional Council's fighters, but later in the day there were reports indicating that an elder from inside the city talked about a truce, that was however rejected.
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Fighters battling Col. Muammar Al Qathafi’s loyalists on Monday entered the coastal city of Sirte from the east as residents fleeing the besieged city, one of the loyalists’ few remaining strongholds, warned of an escalating toll from the fighting.
Street-Fighting Reported as NTC Fighters Increase Pressure on Pro-Al Qathafi Loyalists in Sirte

NATO renewed air strikes on the besieged coastal city of Sirte, the Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's hometown, while National Transitional Council fighters on war tanks shelled the Al Qatahfi loyalists as they bid to capture one of the last two remaining bastions loyal to the fugitive leader.
Problems Defending Ghadames; 'Al Qathafi Family Among Poorest!'
National Transitional Council officials said on Sunday that fighters still loyal to the deposed Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi had launched an attack on the desert oasis and UNESCO world heritage site of Ghadames, a town, about 600km southwest of Tripoli, is near a border crossing that pro-Al Qathafi Libyans have used to flee to Algeria.
Egypt Denies Reports Al Qathafi Relatives Have Entered Country

Egypt has denied reports that members of the deposed Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi have crossed into the country from Algeria. The Egyptian security has been reported saying there is no truth in what the Algerian daily newspaper el-Khabar reported, that the same Al Qathafi relatives who fled to Algeria have entered Egypt.
Involvement in Libya Conflict May Cost UK 'Seven Times Over Estimate'

The United Kingdom's involvement in the Libyan conflict could cost as high as 1.75 billion pounds, which is almost seven times over the government's earlier estimate of 260 million pounds, a new study reveals.
First African Woman Laureate Dies Aged 71
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Mass Grave With Over 1,270 Bodies Killed by Al Qathafi Security Discoveredin Tripoli

A day after claiming an important advance into the former Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's hometown of Sirte, Libya's National Transitional Council started a three-day meeting in Benghazi, Sunday to discuss the formation of an interim government. It also announced that it found a mass grave in the capital, Tripoli, containing the bodies of more than 1,270 people killed by Al Qathafi's security forces in a 1996 massacre at Tripoli’s Abu Salim prison.
Update: After Huge Gains NTC Makes Tactical Retreat from Sirte

After mounting successful attacks on Muammar Al Qathafi's hometown of Sirte, during which they came as close as half a kilometre from the centre of the fugitive leader's former coastal stronghold, the National Transitional Council forces have reportedly made a tactical retreat.
'Could Be A Matter of Hours Before Sirte is Completely Freed'

Libya's National Transitional Council fighters, using heavy artillery and tanks, and backed by NATO warplanes launched a fierce two-pronged assault on Sirte late Saturday and managed to reach the centre of the fugitive leader Muammar Al Qathafi's hometown, that the Al Qathafi loyalists had held for months.
Jibril Urges World Help Rebuild New Libya After Four Decades of Al Qathafi
Addressing the general assembly of the United Nations in New York Saturday, Mahmoud Jibril, the prime minister of the interim government and chairman of the executive committee of the National Transitional Council, called on the United Nations to unfreeze all frozen Libyan assets.
 
 
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