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Gadhafi's new recruits: A regiment of women

Rebel forces in Libya are advancing on a strategically important town close to the capital Tripoli. Gharyan, which lies 50 miles to the south, is key because it controls the main highway leading to the capital. If it falls to rebels, there will be just one supply route left in the hands of pro-Gadhafi forces. ITN’s Bill Neely was taken to the town by government officials.