The dominos keep falling: Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi lost control of another major city on Thursday, witnesses say. Misrata, just 125 miles from the capital, Tripoli, fell to anti-government forces after a “fierce battle” and several deaths, one opposition activist said. Tripoli is still reportedly under Gaddafi’s control. In another city near Tripoli, Zawiya, pro-Gaddafi forces threatened a “massacre” to peaceful protesters. Appearing on TV Thursday, Gaddafi warned that the protests were being led by Osama bin Laden and that al Qaeda had been drugging teenagers’ coffee.