The old Libyan flag of black, red and green is hoisted into the air as residents of Darnah, Libya, celebrate the liberation of their town
The old Libyan flag of black, red and green is hoisted into the air as residents of Darnah, Libya, celebrate the liberation of their town Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/MCT
The old Libyan flag of black, red and green is hoisted into the air as residents of Darnah, Libya, celebrate the liberation of their town Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/MCT

Gadhafi no match for eastern Libyans' resistance streak

February 23, 2011 07:39 PM

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