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Libyan rebels: Regime forces shelling supply route

Forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi have been shelling a route used to ferry supplies from across the Tunisian border to rebel hideouts in the mountains of western Libya, rebels there said on Tuesday.Full story

Mourners demand revenge in Libya after NATO strike

Libyans shouting for revenge buried Moammar Gadhafi's second youngest son to the thundering sound of anti-aircraft fire Monday, as South Africa warned that the NATO bombing that killed him would only bring more violence. Full story

NATO searches for drifting mine off Misrata

NATO minesweepers searched the approaches of Misrata harbor Monday for a drifting mine that has blocked aid supplies to the besieged Libyan city and halted evacuation of foreigners and wounded Libyans. Full story

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TOPSHOTSA Libyan rebel lies on the ground after being wounded by a mortar shell which killed two rebels after it was fired by Moamer Kadhafi's forces in Al-Ghiran near Misrata airport on May 1, 2011 as a salvo of rockets hit the besieged city. AFP PHOTO / CHRISTOPHE SIMON

Smoke billows from the port of the besieged city of Misrata following shelling a day earlier from Moamer Kadhafi's forces on May 2, 2011.