Libyans wave national flags in Tripoli's Green Square, renamed Martyr's Square, during morning prayers Wednesday on Eid al-Fitr, the holiday marking the end of Ramadan. Libyans are also celebrating the ouster of Moammar Gadhafi. Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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In Tripoli, Celebrating More Than Ramadan's End

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Libyan Rebels Ask Police To Return To Tripoli

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BBC's 'Tripoli Witness' Comes Out Of Hiding

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Libyan rebel fighters advance in their tank about 60 miles east of the town of Sirte on Tuesday. Sirte is Moammar Gadhafi's hometown and the last bastion of his loyalist forces. Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Libyan Rebels Set Deadline For Surrender

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Sudan Accused Of Bombing Civilians

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Gadhafi Family Members Flee Libya To Algeria

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Libyan Rebels Wary Of Sub-Saharan Africans

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What Tiny Qatar Stands To Gain In Libya

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The walls of the Libyan Red Crescent office in Benghazi, Libya, shown here on Monday, are covered with photos of the missing. Some disappeared during Libya's revolution, but some have been missing for more than 10 years. Now, thousands released from Libya's prisons are being reunited with their families. Susannah George/NPR hide caption

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Libya's Ex-Prisoners Finding Their Way Home

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Libyan Rebels Use Upper Hand Over Gadhafi Loyalists

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UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow visits the Dadaab refugee settlement in northern Kenya, where tens of thousands of Somali refugee families have fled — escaping conflict, drought and famine back home. Kate Holt/UNICEF hide caption

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Farrow Draws Attention To Plight Of African Refugees

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Reprisal Violence As Libyan Rebels Gain Control

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A man pours gas into the tank of his car in Tripoli on Saturday. Residents in the Libyan capital are scrambling to get basic supplies, such as fuel and water. Sergey Ponomarev/AP hide caption

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Humanitarian Situation In Tripoli Increasingly Dire

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Libyans show their support for the rebellion after Friday prayers near Green Square in Tripoli. Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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Is Libya The First 'True Arab Revolution'?

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