With much of Tripoli in rebel hands, fighters and exiles alike return to a city they haven’t seen in months.
Libyan rebels continue their struggle against Muammer Gaddafi loyalists; for the rebels it is a matter of life or death.
A civilian team with pool cues and little training unearths more than 500 mines laid by Gaddafi’s forces near Misurata.
A commercial ferry carries residents, medical supplies and food to the besieged Libyan city.
In the fog of war, pro-democracy forces are having a hard time determining friend from foe.
Despite death threats and bombs, Radio Free Libya continues its rebel broadcasts in support of the revolution.
Gaddafi’s troops may be better armed, but rebels in Misurata say their morale is higher.
Rebels in the Libyan city have set up a council, foodstalls and road blocks, but the number of casualties is rising.
Sometimes, just getting to the front lines can be the most hazardous part of a journey in Libya.
Gaddafi once gave the remote village of Swahat all that it needed, but the villagers have now fled, fearing his wrath.