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Benghazi Ajdabiya Desert Ra's Adjir Map of Libya


Rebels braced for counter-attack

Clinging-on and drumming-up support in Tripoli, Col Muammar Gaddafi remains defiant that he is staying put, refusing to bow down to further international pressure

John Leyne reports from the rebel-held city of Benghazi, where people have been celebrating an end to Gaddafi's rule in the east of the country. But they're beginning to realise the fight for control of the whole country is a long way from over.

Western Libya

Rebels hold town in Sahara

Ian Pannell visits an area in the hands of rebels in Libya's Sahara desert, where the opposition fear the return of Colonel Gaddafi's forces.

Ian Pannell has been to an area of Libya's Sahara desert, now in the hands of rebels. He finds the threat that Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's forces could return ever present and the rebels' hold on their new territory precarious.


Gaddafi's air force attacks ammo dump

Libyans hope for no-fly zone after air force planes were sent to attack ammunition depots in the eastern town of Ajdabiya

John Simpson is in the eastern town of Ajdabiya, where Libyan air force planes have again been sent to attack ammunition depots. So far, the pilots haven't hit the explosives and local rebels are desperately hoping for a no-fly zone to be brought in.

Ras Ajdir

Thousands desperate to flee Libya

The BBC's Jim Muir reports on 'scenes of chaos' at Libya's border with Tunisia.

Jim Muir on the border betweeen Libya and Tunisia where thousands of people are waiting to flee Gaddafi's regime. Many of those at the border have been waiting for days and conditions are worsening.