|Published:||Aug 22, 2011 10:51 AM EDT|
|Updated:||Aug 22, 2011 5:41 PM EDT|
LONDON, NATO says it'll continue combat air patrols over Libya until all of Moammar Gadhafi's forces surrender.
The Libyan rebels' top diplomat in London says clashes are continuing in Tripoli, but that opposition forces control 95 percent of the city. He says rebels have not yet found Gadhafi, but he says "the fighters will turn over every stone to find him, to arrest him, and to put him in the court."
Tanks from pro-Gadhafi forces opened fire at rebels trying to storm Gadhafi's main compound in Tripoli Monday, a day after rebels took control of Libyan cities one-by-one, and then moved into Tripoli, with the help of NATO forces and armed residents.
A rebel spokesman says as long as Gadhafi remains on the run the "danger is still there."
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