August 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);8/22/2011, Vol. 199 Issue 5159, p4
The article reports on the continued fight of Libyan rebels against the regime of Colonel Moammar Gaddafi, despite Gaddafi's appeal to his people to protect the city from imperialists. It mentions that Gaddafi's whereabouts is unknown as two of his sons are captured by the rebels. The United Nations (UN) clarifies the creation of a no-fly zone to drive back Gaddafi's forces. It notes that Gaddafi's former right hand, Abdel Salam Jalloud, predicts that the leader will fall down within ten days.


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