Rebels Try Gaddafi Towns Again

Poorly organized rebel forces in Libya are meeting strong resistance from ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi's defenders in the loyalist cities of Bani Walid, Sirte and Sabha. Loyalist forces shelled enemy lines in Bani Walid and soldiers took cover, but rebel fighters say they've surrounded the town and just need more organization in order to mount an attack. "Right now it is not exactly chaos, but many of our fighters have no experience so it's not so easy," a fighter told Reuters.