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Libyan rebels enter Bin Jawad

27. March 2011. | 20:13

Source: Tanjug

Libyan rebels have regained control over the village of Bin Jawad, some 50 kilometers west of the key Ras Lanuf oil site, that was won earlier Sunday, the AFP reported.

Libyan rebels have regained control over the village of Bin Jawad, some 50 kilometers west of the key Ras Lanuf oil site, that was won earlier Sunday, the AFP reported.

The airstrikes that destroyed several tanks of the Libyan army Saturday allowed the rebels to take the key eastern city of Ajdabiya, which opened the way for an advance along the main coastal road, through a flat, sandy landscape.

The rebels continued pressing towards Sirte, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s hometown, the AFP correspondents reported.

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