Abdallah al Fasouq holds a photograph of his son, Abdulkhadar al Fasouq, and Youssef Badi,  journalists with Tobak TV in Misurata, Libya. The journalists were kidnapped by Gadhafi loyalist holdouts near the town of Bani Walid while covering the national election on Saturday, July 7. Militia camps prepared Friday to use force to secure their release as negotiations broke down.
Abdallah al Fasouq holds a photograph of his son, Abdulkhadar al Fasouq, and Youssef Badi, journalists with Tobak TV in Misurata, Libya. The journalists were kidnapped by Gadhafi loyalist holdouts near the town of Bani Walid while covering the national election on Saturday, July 7. Militia camps prepared Friday to use force to secure their release as negotiations broke down. MCT
Abdallah al Fasouq holds a photograph of his son, Abdulkhadar al Fasouq, and Youssef Badi, journalists with Tobak TV in Misurata, Libya. The journalists were kidnapped by Gadhafi loyalist holdouts near the town of Bani Walid while covering the national election on Saturday, July 7. Militia camps prepared Friday to use force to secure their release as negotiations broke down. MCT

Fighters in Misrata, Libya, spoiling for a fight against last Gadhafi loyalists

July 13, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED July 13, 2012 05:23 PM

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