Libyan rebels shelled outside Gadhafi hometown
Libyan administration tanks and rockets dull a rebel physical attack on Moammar Gadhafi's place of origin of Sirte on Tuesday and drove back the ragtag army of irregulars, even as world leaders equipped to discuss the country prospect in London.

Rockets and tank fire sent Libya's rebel volunteers in a panicked scramble away from the front lines, suggestive of that the resistance is still no match for the superior firepower and association of Gadhafi's forces, in spite of an international campaign of fatal airstrikes.

A U.N.-mandated no-fly zone and fight of strikes by the U.S. and its allies helped rebel services regain province lost of the past week, when they were on the brink of crush by government forces.

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