A Turkish ship carrying more than 200 injured people from the city of Misrata in western Libya has arrived in the rebel-held eastern town of Benghazi, and is one of the first humanitarian missions of its kind.
Jon Leyne was at the dockside when the ship arrived.
And the New Yorker's correspondent Jon Lee Anderson considers who the rebels actually are, and analyses claims that hardened Islamic fighters have joined the mix.
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