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Gratitude and a security lockdown greet Sarkozy and Cameron on their trip to #Libya, David Smith reports from Tripoli

Gratitude and a security lockdown greet Sarkozy and Cameron on their trip to #Libya, David Smith reports from Tripoli (mp3)

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Audio: James Bays – Late night celebrations

Late night celebrations in #TRIPOLI (mp3)

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Audio: A meeting with Gaddafi’s former foreign minister – now a captive.

James Bays speaks to former foreign minister, now that he has been taken captive by the revolutionaries. A meeting with Gaddafi”s former foreign minister – now a captive. AUDIO. (mp3)

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Audio: The Revolutionary flag is flying over Martyr’s Square

Luke Harding reports from central Tripoli. The rebel flag is flying over Green Square, Luke Harding reports from central Tripoli #Libya (mp3)

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Audio: Alex Crawford In Zawiyah As Rebels Try To Push Gaddafi’s Forces Out Of Town

Sky News’ Alex Crawford is back In Zawiyah and reports on the revolutionaries’ attempts to push Gaddafi forces out of the town. Inside Libya: Alex Crawford In Zawiyah As Rebels Try To Push Gaddafi”s Forces Out Of Town (mp3)

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Audio: James Bays – Frustration / Battle Raging

Frustration (mp3) Battle raging (mp3)

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Audio: In the valley, James Bays reports from Jadu

Al Jazeera’s James Bays reports from Jadu in the Nafusa Mountains. In the valley (mp3)

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Audio: Evening update from Qwaleesh

Here is a second update from the village of Qwaleesh in the Nafusa Mountains, thanks to Al Jazeera’s James Bays. Audio update from frontline at Qwaleesh. Pictures running on #AJE (mp3)

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Audio: The latest from Qwaleesh via James Bays

Qwaleesh latest (mp3)

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Misrata band lays down a soundtrack for Libya’s rebels

Bands the world over complain about how tough it was in the early years: no money, no gigs, money-grabbing producers. But such annoyances pale alongside the travails of Libya’s FB 17. (Download the mp3 here) Try cutting your first CD … Continue reading

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