Friday, August 19, 2011

Libya. The rebels took control of the oil refinery in Zawiya

The rebels trying to overthrow the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi regime have managed to Thursday with control Zawiya oil refinery in the west, as has been testing a Reuters reporter . The refinery was the last point in this town near Tripoli remained in the hands of the regime's forces, which the rebels have achieved with this forward block the two main supply points of the government forces: Gary, 80 kilometers Tripoli, and Zawiya.

Libyan rebels maintain full control of the town of Gary, located just 80 miles south of Tripoli, after several days of fighting with government forces, as has been shown highlighted a Reuters reporter in this city. The red flag, green and black flies of the rebels in the main square in the center of town, where the rebels have highlighted a T-34 tank and anti-aircraft gun.

The rebels have said that after several days of fighting, all forces have left the town Gaddafi, of which part the main highway coming from the south to Tripoli.

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