Gaddafi Son Saadi In Niger
September 12, 2011 by staff
Gaddafi Son Saadi In Niger, The new rulers of Libya said they were holding an assault on one of the last strongholds loyal to Muammar Gaddafi, but were moving to the birthplace of the deposed ruler of Sirte.
Its neighbor to the south of Niger, said in one of the sons of former fugitive leader, Saadi Gaddafi Sunday, there had become after crossing the border of the Sahara desert at a distance.
The National Transitional Council (CNT), which is trying to exert control over the country three weeks after its fighters attacked Tripoli, said he plans to unveil a new government more inclusive seven to 10 days.
He said he had begun to produce oil, financial support from Libya, whose production had been stopped, but over six months of civil war. In Tripoli, NTC fighters revealed that they had captured foreign intelligence chief Gaddafi.
The NTC said that Libya declared “liberated” until it has taken control of the cities still in the hands of supporters of Gaddafi. It had a retention period for cities Saturday delivery and its fighters have been fighting since Friday in Bani Walid, 150 kilometers (95 miles) southeast of the capital.
Said on Sunday they were meeting stiff resistance in Bani Walid, but they were moving to Sirte, located on the main highway east-west coast, bisecting Libya.
NTC advancing troops said the line was about 90 km east of Sirte. Fighters were firing tank shells and amid the sound of heavy machine guns and the roar of NATO planes above.
“There was fighting this morning and Gaddafi’s forces were firing Grad rockets, but we managed to move a bit and we will enter soon in Sirte,” said Salah al-fighter Shaery.
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