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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    "Nightline" anchor Terry Moran and crew are reporting from the heart of the rebel forces in Libya, but first they flew into Cairo, Egypt. They then began the long journey across northern Egypt to the Libyan border, crossing this post on April 6, 2011. "Our passports were checked but not stamped," said ABC News producer Richard Coolidge.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    Wreckage of a Gadhafi tank on the main road to Benghazi, Libya. NATO air strikes destroyed it after the "No Fly Zone" resolution was declared by the United Nations in March 2011.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    Once traveling through the war-torn country, Terry Moran and crew came across Libyan rebels on their way to fight Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's forces in Ajdabiya on April 9, 2011. NATO announced on April 10, 2011 that the city of Adjabiya was one of their airstrike targets in the effort support the rebels and protect civilians.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    Terry Moran spoke with a group of rebel soldiers at a staging area ten miles outside of Ajdabiya as they waited for orders to move on April 9, 2011. Their trucks were covered with the old, pre-Gadhafi Libyan flag.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    One Libyan rebel gave two victory signs and he rode on the back of a pick-up truck with a machine gun welded onto its bed. He and other rebels were headed to Ajdabiya. Many of these mobile guns were spotted heading into battle, homemade by rebel forces in machine shops on army bases.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    Terry Moran interviewed General Hamed al-Haisy, field commander of Army of Free Libya forces, at the Ajdabiya hospital on April 10, 2011. The wounded were being brought here from the battlefield.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    Wreckage of a burned out truck after a firefight in downtown Ajdabiya between Gadhafi and rebel forces. On April, 9, 2011, the city was in control of Gadhafi's forces and on April 10 it was back under rebel control, with the help of NATO air strikes.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    Standing in front of another blackened pick-up truck, "Nightline's" Terry Moran strapped on body armor before taping with ABC News cameraman Bartley Price in downtown Ajdabiya. Firefights between Gadhafi forces and rebels continued as we drove around the city and we had to turn around at one point to avoid being caught in the middle.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    These Grad 122mm rockets were among the weapons that rebel forces captured after Gadhafi's forces fled Benghazi.
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  • Nightline Terry Moran in Libya

    Terry Moran talked to Colonel Ahmed Omar Bani, a Libyan Air Force officer who defected from Gadhafi to join the rebel military forces, on April 11, 2011. Moran questioned Col. Ahmed about some weapons the rebel military had seized from Gadhafi forces after they fled Benghazi, Libya.
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    Young Libyan children were among the hundreds of protestors gathered in Benghazi on April 11, 2011. They were demonstrating outside of the Tibesti hotel where African leaders were meeting with rebel government officials. In this photo, a boy holds up a homemade sign that reads, "Gaddafi, leave us / I want to play," as other children around him give the victory sign.
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