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Mon August 22, 2011
Libya: Latest News
Events are moving quickly in Libya, where over the weekend opposition forces entered Tripoli. They may be closing in on leader Moammar Gadhafi, though there's no certain word on his whereabouts.
NPR.org's constantly updated news story is here. And we'll be updating this post with developments. Hit your "refresh" button to be sure you're seeing our latest additions.
As we write this at 8 a.m. ET, here are some of the latest headlines:
-- "Gadhafi's Government Is Effectively Inoperable Right Now." (NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, from Tripoli, on the NPR Newscast.)
-- "Fighting Rages Near Gadhafi Compound." (BBC News)
-- "Rebels Cheer In Tripoli, But Gadhafi Lingers." (CBS News)
-- Gadhafi's Sons In Opposition's Hands. (Al-Jazeera)