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The Siege of Tripoli: Qaddafi’s Missing Legions | Counterpunch

This observer’s tentative appraisal of Tuesday’s events along the north Tripoli port area as of late afternoon 8/23/11 is that the “65,000 well trained and well-armed troops” hyped Sunday by the Gaddafi government don’t in fact exist and that the pockets of government troops here in Tripoli and across Libya that do, will continue to resist what it views as NATO aggression designed to usurp the country’s oil and add Libya to Africom.

Read more here: The Siege of Tripoli » Counterpunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names.

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