Libyan Rebels Under Siege Despite Successes

The Libyan city of Misratah is still being tattered by weaponry fire despite rebels claiming they have pressed Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's forces out of the centre.

Regardless of the celebrations of "victory" after government troops pulled back from key areas in Libya's third city, it remainder beleaguered.

"There may be some soldiers beating in the city, afraid of being killed, except there are no groups of soldiers left," one insurgent fighter told AFP.

A radical spokesman told Reuters that Gaddafi's armed forces were trying to re-enter the Nakl Thaqeel Road, which leads to Misratah's port late on Monday.

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