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Libya At War
Libya may be at war, but for foreign journalists covering it, the battles are sometimes hard to find. 
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Qaddafi supporters at a Tripoli rally say they'll continue to fight against NATO.  But foreign journalists led around by government minders, are detached from the battle. 

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A pro-Qaddafi rally in Tripoli.

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Qaddafi supporter Haitam al-Azraq says he lost his brother in the fighting, but is proud of his sacrifice.

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A Qaddafi supporter at a rally in Tripoli.

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Foreign journalists were taken to Sabratah, a Roman ruin about an hour west of Tripoli, where NATO airstrikes were supposed to have damaged the ancient site, but it was intact.   

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Sabratah's massive amphitheater.

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Despite the conflict, years of restoration work has kept the ancient monuments standing.

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International journalists wander around the tourist spot.

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Sabratah is more than 2,000 years old.

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School teacher and pro-Qaddafi supporter Marian Gurgi says "Muammar Qaddafi is in our blood."

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Libya At War

Libya may be at war, but for foreign journalists covering it, the battles are sometimes hard to find. 

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