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Libyan rebels 'may not be able to hold out'

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Forces in Libya loyal to Colonel Gaddafi have mounted strong counter-offensives as they try to retake towns controlled by the rebels.

From Misurata, Mohammed Bin Rasali, who is a member of the civil committee that runs the town, explains what happened when Gaddafi forces attacked.

And Jeremy Bowen explains why it is hard to get a clear picture of the situation.


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