Libyan Rebels: Surrender or Else

    TRIPOLI, LIBYA - AUGUST 30: Libyan rebel soldiers from Bengazi celebrate as they arrive on an ex-Libyan Army frigate on August 30, 2011 in Tripoli, Libya. The arrival of the ex-Libyan army frigate is the first army vessel to enter Tripoli harbour since the NATO sea blockade. Libyan rebel reinforcements arrived today from Bengazi to bolster their surge against the remaining pro-Gaddafi loyalist forces. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

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    We may soon know if Muammar Gaddafi is hiding in his hometown of Sirte. Libyan rebels have issued an ultimatum, saying they will attack the loyalist city Saturday if it does not surrender first. The two sides have been negotiating to try to avoid further fighting, but a military brigade loyal to Gaddafi in Sirte has rejected all talks so far. Meanwhile, the rebels have said they will not accept an international peacekeeping force and also claim that one of Gaddafi’s sons, Saadi, is willing to surrender.

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