Libya rebels gain ground in Nafusa mountains

NATO strikes help in fight against Gaddafi's forces.



    Further west in the Nafusa mountains of Libya, an area that has remained largely inaccessible to journalists, rebels have been under siege from Muammar Gaddafi's forces for two months.

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    The area is home to the Berber minority and the fighting has forced thousands to flee across the border to Tunisia.

    Anita McNaught went there and met a community that says NATO's first-ever air strikes in the area has helped them gain ground against Gaddafi's forces.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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