Behind the scenes: Libya
A rebel mans an RPG at a checkpoint just west of Ajdabiya [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;A young rebel recruit learns how to operate an anti-aircraft gun at a rebel training ground [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;Rebels at a check point sit on an old mattress watching as traffic passes by [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;The driver of a freshly painted jeep flashes the familiar "victory" sign in Benghazi [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;A sign indicates an underground pipe carrying light, sweet crude to a refinery in Tobruk [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;Al Jazeera English cameraman Ben Foley and reporter Seb Walker climb up high to get a good view of the refinery in Tobruk [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;Sunset over an oil tanker at the port in Benghazi [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;A young boy poses for a photo near the centre of Benghazi [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;Benghazi(***)s streets are full of people selling items to promote a "Free Libya" [Credit: Jeremy Young];*;A view from up high of the city of Benghazi [Credit: Jeremy Young]
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