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Residents: Tense Tripoli 'ready to blow'

With the uprising now in its third month, Tripoli remains under Gadhafi's control and he can count on a certain amount of popular support. But tension is simmering beneath the surface.Full story

Libyan rebels: Regime forces shelling supply route

Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi shelled a rebel supply route and a besieged opposition stronghold in western Libya on Tuesday, even as the embattled Libyan leader's international isolation deepened with a demand by Turkey that he resign now. Full story

Libyans mourn death of Gadhafi’s son

  A crowd of about 2,000 gathered in Tripoli Monday for the funeral of Saif al-Arab, Gadhafi’s son killed in a NATO raid Saturday night.

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  Dramatic developments in Libyan stalemate

Saturday's NATO bombing raid that reportedly killed Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's son was apparently the third near-miss on Gadhafi's life in one week. NBC's Mike Taibbi reports.

  Strike kills Gadhafi’s son, Gadhafi unharmed

Intensified NATO airstrikes killed Moammar Gadhafi’s son and three of his grandchildren, but NATO says they were not targeting the Libyan leader or his family. NBC’s Mike Taibbi has the latest from Tripoli.

  Report: Gadhafi's son, grandchildren killed in NATO strike

A Libyan spokesman has announced that Moammar Gadhafi's youngest son and three grandchildren have reportedly been killed by a NATO missile strike.

  Engel: Gadhafi playing the victim

Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi has indicated that he would be open to cease-fire talks, but only if negotiations included NATO and rebel leaders. NBC's Richard Engel reports.

  NATO steps up airstrikes on Gadhafi targets

While NATO tries to cripple Gadhafi's ability to command his own military, the Gadhafi regime is rallying other African nations to resist Western forces they say are trying to "colonize" the continent again. NBC's Brian Williams reports.

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A tribal man shouts slogans against Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi during a rally to show their solidarity with the uprising in the eastern city of Benghazi on May 3, 2011, as hundreds of demonstrators including tribal elders rallied at Benghazi's Revolution Square to show their support for the rebels