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09.03.2011

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Libyan rebel forces suffer casualties from air attack MP3

Libyan rebel fighters appear to be losing the battle against Colonel Gaddafi's forces after intense shelling and air attacks from Libyan fighter planes. There are reports that government aircraft hit a huge oil container at the strategic town of Ras Lanuf in Libya's east. Further west there's been a bloody battle over the town of Zawiyah which Gaddafi's troops claim they've re-taken. Source: abc.net.au

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