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'Security forces driven out of Misurata'
Reports from Libya's third largest city suggest it is now in hands of opposition.
Last Modified: 27 Feb 2011 12:20 GMT

Reports coming out of Libya's third largest city suggest that Misurata is now in the hands of opposition supporters.

Khalid, a resident of Misurata, spoke to Al Jazeera's Sami Zeidan about who is in control after clashes and a standoff with an army unit.

He said security forces have been driven out of the city.

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