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Misrata offensive 'kills 14 rebels'

Troops loyal to the Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi have been attacking the besieged rebel-held port of Misrata.

The rebels say they've come under intense rocket bombardment and at least twelve rebel fighters have died on the eastern front and two in the west.

It appears to have started when rebel forces tried to break out of the city. A rebel spokesman said pro-Gaddafi forces are attacking from three sides.

The BBC's David Loyn reports.

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