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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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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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Libyans celebrate after prayers at a mosque next to the newly named Martyrs Square in Tripoli on Friday. Francois Mori/AP hide caption

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Libyan Rebels' Daunting Task: Building A Government

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Libyan Rebels Plan Attack On Gadhafi's Hometown

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Libyan Rebels Haven't Sewn Up Tripoli Victory Yet

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Libyan Rebels Say Gadhafi's Reign Is Over

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Libyan Rebels Set On Ousting Gadhafi

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Israa Saad Diab lifts the cover from her son Hamza's face, while her husband, Ibrahim Muhammad, watches, after the traditional Sebou ceremony in Mansoura, Egypt, on May 27. Holly Pickett for NPR hide caption

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Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Shura council members gather outside the new Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in Cairo on April 30. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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Rifts Develop In Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood

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Chef Lao Wei Xiong cooks up a carry-out order for foreign reporters in the kitchen at al Maida restaurant in Tripoli. NPR hide caption

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