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AL BREGA, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 27:  Rebel militia take up positions at a checkpoint after reports that government forces have planned an attack February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 27: Rebel militia take up positions at a checkpoint after reports that government forces have planned an attack February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 27:  A rebel militiaman stands guard at a Libyan oil refinery February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition leadership has stressed that oil faciities in rebel-held territory are safe, despite the conflict roiling the country. Libya has the largest oil reserves in Africa and petroleum exports account for 95 percent of the country's export earnings. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 27: A rebel militiaman stands guard at a Libyan oil refinery February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition leadership has stressed that oil faciities in rebel-held territory are safe, despite the conflict roiling the country. Libya has the largest oil reserves in Africa and petroleum exports account for 95 percent of the country’s export earnings. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

Gunmen opposed to leader Muammar Gaddafi chant slogans in the city of Zawiyah February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday.

Gunmen opposed to leader Muammar Gaddafi chant slogans in the city of Zawiyah February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday.

Libyan troops loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi guard a checkpoint between the capital and the city of Zawiyah February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday.

Libyan troops loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi guard a checkpoint between the capital and the city of Zawiyah February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday.

A Libyan gunman opposed to leader Muammar Gaddafi mans a roadblock in the city of Zawiyah February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday.

A Libyan gunman opposed to leader Muammar Gaddafi mans a roadblock in the city of Zawiyah February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday.

Libyan troops loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi guard a checkpoint between the capital and the city of Zawiyah February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday.

Libyan troops loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi guard a checkpoint between the capital and the city of Zawiyah February 27, 2011. Armed men opposed to the rule of Libyan leader Gaddafi were in control of the city of Zawiyah, 50 km (30 miles) west of the capital Tripoli, on Sunday.

Libyan anti-government protesters drive through a street with their country's old national flag in the eastern city of Benghazi on February 27, 2011. Libyan protest leaders established a transitional 'national council' in cities seized from Moamer Kadhafi, as world leaders called on him to quit and protesters closed in on Tripoli.

Libyan anti-government protesters drive through a street with their country’s old national flag in the eastern city of Benghazi on February 27, 2011. Libyan protest leaders established a transitional ‘national council’ in cities seized from Moamer Kadhafi, as world leaders called on him to quit and protesters closed in on Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 27:  Rebel militia take up positions at a checkpoint after reports that government forces have planned an attack February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 27: Rebel militia take up positions at a checkpoint after reports that government forces have planned an attack February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 27:  A man runs for cover past a destroyed building after reports that government forces have planned an attack February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 27: A man runs for cover past a destroyed building after reports that government forces have planned an attack February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 27:  A rebel militiaman stands guard at a Libyan oil refinery in rebel-held territory on February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition leadership has stressed that oil faciities in areas under its control are safe, despite the conflict roiling the country. Libya has the largest oil reserves in Africa and petroleum exports account for 95 percent of the country's export earnings. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AL BREGA, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 27: A rebel militiaman stands guard at a Libyan oil refinery in rebel-held territory on February 27, 2011 in Al Brega, Libya. The opposition leadership has stressed that oil faciities in areas under its control are safe, despite the conflict roiling the country. Libya has the largest oil reserves in Africa and petroleum exports account for 95 percent of the country’s export earnings. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AJDABIYA, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 27:  Opposition militia prepare for battle at a checkpoint February 27, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. Rebel militia there whipped into a frenzy after rumors that government troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi were preparing an attack. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AJDABIYA, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 27: Opposition militia prepare for battle at a checkpoint February 27, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. Rebel militia there whipped into a frenzy after rumors that government troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi were preparing an attack. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AJDABIYA, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 27:  Opposition militia prepare for battle at a checkpoint February 27, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. Rebel militia there whipped into a frenzy after rumors that government troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi were preparing an attack. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AJDABIYA, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 27: Opposition militia prepare for battle at a checkpoint February 27, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. Rebel militia there whipped into a frenzy after rumors that government troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi were preparing an attack. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of much of the west, including the capitol Tripoli.

AJDABIYA, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 27:  A tribal rebel fires a rocket propelled grenade from a militia post on February 27, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. Rebel militia there whipped into a frenzy after rumors that government troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi were preparing an attack. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of the capitol Tripoli.

AJDABIYA, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 27: A tribal rebel fires a rocket propelled grenade from a militia post on February 27, 2011 in Ajdabiya, Libya. Rebel militia there whipped into a frenzy after rumors that government troops loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi were preparing an attack. The opposition has consolidated its power in eastern Libya with President Gaddafi still in control of the capitol Tripoli.

Libyan protesters control western cities

Libyan pro-democracy protesters have taken control of several western cities while they are trying to seize the capital city of Tripoli.

Main cities, including Zawiyah, some 50 kilometers (31miles) west of Tripoli, were seized on Sunday following the liberation of a number of eastern towns, AFP reported.

Forces and foreign mercenaries loyal to defiant ruler Muammar Gaddafi have left Nalut, a town 235 kilometers (145 miles) west of Tripoli, according to reports.

Protesters are now planning to march on Tripoli where Gaddafi is holed up after they liberated most eastern parts of the country.

Protest leaders have set up a “national council” in the liberated east and urged the Libyan army to help them take control of Tripoli. They are calling for an end to the long-time rule of Colonel Gaddafi.

However, the forces loyal to Gaddafi continue the violent suppression of peaceful protesters and reportedly bombarded them again.

Former Justice Minister Mustafa Mohamed Abud Al Jeleil, who recently resigned in protest to the atrocity of Gaddafi forces, has said a transitional government will be formed before an election.

In an effort to pressure Gaddafi to stop the killing of civilians, the United Nations Security Council imposed sanctions on Gaddafi and his cronies and referred him to the International Criminal Court.

Two thousand people have been reportedly killed in the violence so far despite the regime’s denial that any kind of force has been used against the people.PressTV

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