Libya crisis hits stalemate

The popular uprising against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi shows signs of entering a period of stalemate, as military offences by both sides have done little to end a conflict that is edging towards a full-blown civil war.

5th March, 2011
Libya crisis hits stalemate
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The popular uprising against Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi shows signs of entering a period of stalemate, as military offences by both sides have done little to end a conflict that is edging towards a full-blown civil war.

This weekend, Libyan rebel fighters tried to move the frontline further west along the main coastal road in the oil rich north African country.

Colonel Gaddafi’s forces are predominately based around his stronghold in the capital Tripoli....

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