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Defiance on streets of Tripoli, Libya

After more than four months of Nato bombing raids in Libya there in no end in sight in the conflict between Col Gaddafi's forces and those opposed to his rule.

The rebels may have a lot of support in towns such as Benghazi and Misrata, but in the capital Tripoli tens of thousands are willing to take to the streets to show that their loyalties lie with their leader.

James Reynolds reports from Tripoli.

  • 23 Jul 2011
  • From the section Africa
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