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Luke Sharrett/NYT
Susan E. Rice, the ambassador to the United Nations, left Capitol Hill after speaking with senators about the September attack on the United States Mission in Benghazi, Libya. 

Luke Sharrett/NYT

Susan E. Rice, the ambassador to the United Nations, left Capitol Hill after speaking with senators about the September attack on the United States Mission in Benghazi, Libya. 

Bernat Armangue/AP Photo
A Libyan man, center, getting ready to leave the besieged city of Misrata. A rocket strike on the port killed four migrants while an international aid ship was docked nearby. After days of waiting, about 800 migrants and 100 Libyan left the city for de facto rebel capital of Benghazi, in the east, on the ship.

Bernat Armangue/AP Photo

A Libyan man, center, getting ready to leave the besieged city of Misrata. A rocket strike on the port killed four migrants while an international aid ship was docked nearby. After days of waiting, about 800 migrants and 100 Libyan left the city for de facto rebel capital of Benghazi, in the east, on the ship.

Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo
A migrant stood in a line after arriving at the port in Benghazi from  the besieged city of Misrata, Libya, Thursday.

Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo

A migrant stood in a line after arriving at the port in Benghazi from the besieged city of Misrata, Libya, Thursday.

Yannis Behrakis/Reuters
A rebel fighter in Libya, armed with a rocket-propelled grenade, kept watch at an intersection at the western gate of the eastern city of Ajdabiya. Col. Muʿammar al-Qaḏḏāfī’s forces kept up with their attack on the besieged eastern city of Misrata, though the concentrated most of their firepower in the front lines, rather than the city. They also continued to threaten shipping lanes into the port, the city’s life line.

Yannis Behrakis/Reuters

A rebel fighter in Libya, armed with a rocket-propelled grenade, kept watch at an intersection at the western gate of the eastern city of Ajdabiya. Col. Muʿammar al-Qaḏḏāfī’s forces kept up with their attack on the besieged eastern city of Misrata, though the concentrated most of their firepower in the front lines, rather than the city. They also continued to threaten shipping lanes into the port, the city’s life line.

Brian Denton/NYT
A rebel fighter patrolled the southern end of Tripoli Street in Misrata, Libya. Rebel forces battled troops loyal to Col. Muʿammar al-Qaḏḏāfī on two fronts in the besieged city.

Brian Denton/NYT

A rebel fighter patrolled the southern end of Tripoli Street in Misrata, Libya. Rebel forces battled troops loyal to Col. Muʿammar al-Qaḏḏāfī on two fronts in the besieged city.

Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images
A young Libyan rebel wounded by a sniper bullet was treated Friday by  medics in a makeshift clinic at a house near Misrata’s airport, close to  the front line in fighting between rebels and troops loyal to Libyan  leader Moammar Gadhafi.

Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images

A young Libyan rebel wounded by a sniper bullet was treated Friday by medics in a makeshift clinic at a house near Misrata’s airport, close to the front line in fighting between rebels and troops loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

Bernat Armangue/AP
A Libyan man waved to evacuees after they arrived by ship in Benghazi,  Libya, Thursday. A Turkish ship named Ankara arrived in Benghazi  Thursday with 980 evacuees coming from the battered city of Misrata.

Bernat Armangue/AP

A Libyan man waved to evacuees after they arrived by ship in Benghazi, Libya, Thursday. A Turkish ship named Ankara arrived in Benghazi Thursday with 980 evacuees coming from the battered city of Misrata.

Altah Qadri/AP
A Libyan rebel, defected from government forces,  wears his medals along with a dagger and a hand grenade as he stands  outside Brega, Libya, April 5.

Altah Qadri/AP

A Libyan rebel, defected from government forces, wears his medals along with a dagger and a hand grenade as he stands outside Brega, Libya, April 5.

Tyler Hicks/NYT
Fighters board a bus to be carried east away from  approaching government forces in Brega, Libya March 12.

Tyler Hicks/NYT

Fighters board a bus to be carried east away from approaching government forces in Brega, Libya March 12.

Tyler Hicks/NYT
Rebel lines appeared to crumble near the oil town  of Ras Lanuf as government forces pressed an offensive with tanks and  artillery east towards strategic oil towns March 11.

Tyler Hicks/NYT

Rebel lines appeared to crumble near the oil town of Ras Lanuf as government forces pressed an offensive with tanks and artillery east towards strategic oil towns March 11.

Lyndey Addario/NYT
Opposition troops prepare tea at dusk at the main  checkpoint near the refinery outside of Ras Lanuf as fighting between  government troops and the opposition continues in Libya March 8.   Addario and three Times colleagues went missing March 16, and endured a  trying captivity for several days.  See the links below for their story.

Lyndey Addario/NYT

Opposition troops prepare tea at dusk at the main checkpoint near the refinery outside of Ras Lanuf as fighting between government troops and the opposition continues in Libya March 8. Addario and three Times colleagues went missing March 16, and endured a trying captivity for several days. See the links below for their story.

Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images
A Libyan anti-government protester demonstrates in  Tobruk, Libya March 14.  Schmidt, along with Joe Raedle and AFP  journalist Dave Clark, were arrested by government forces March 18, and  held four days.

Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images

A Libyan anti-government protester demonstrates in Tobruk, Libya March 14. Schmidt, along with Joe Raedle and AFP journalist Dave Clark, were arrested by government forces March 18, and held four days.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images
A soldier loyal to the government shouted out a battle call after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces in Monrovia. July 2003.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images

A soldier loyal to the government shouted out a battle call after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces in Monrovia. July 2003.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images
A Libyan militia commander loyal to the government exulted after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces in Monrobia. July 2003.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images

A Libyan militia commander loyal to the government exulted after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces in Monrobia. July 2003.

Luke Sharrett/NYT
Susan E. Rice, the ambassador to the United Nations, left Capitol Hill after speaking with senators about the September attack on the United States Mission in Benghazi, Libya. 

Luke Sharrett/NYT

Susan E. Rice, the ambassador to the United Nations, left Capitol Hill after speaking with senators about the September attack on the United States Mission in Benghazi, Libya. 

Bernat Armangue/AP Photo
A Libyan man, center, getting ready to leave the besieged city of Misrata. A rocket strike on the port killed four migrants while an international aid ship was docked nearby. After days of waiting, about 800 migrants and 100 Libyan left the city for de facto rebel capital of Benghazi, in the east, on the ship.

Bernat Armangue/AP Photo

A Libyan man, center, getting ready to leave the besieged city of Misrata. A rocket strike on the port killed four migrants while an international aid ship was docked nearby. After days of waiting, about 800 migrants and 100 Libyan left the city for de facto rebel capital of Benghazi, in the east, on the ship.

Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo
A migrant stood in a line after arriving at the port in Benghazi from  the besieged city of Misrata, Libya, Thursday.

Rodrigo Abd/AP Photo

A migrant stood in a line after arriving at the port in Benghazi from the besieged city of Misrata, Libya, Thursday.

Yannis Behrakis/Reuters
A rebel fighter in Libya, armed with a rocket-propelled grenade, kept watch at an intersection at the western gate of the eastern city of Ajdabiya. Col. Muʿammar al-Qaḏḏāfī’s forces kept up with their attack on the besieged eastern city of Misrata, though the concentrated most of their firepower in the front lines, rather than the city. They also continued to threaten shipping lanes into the port, the city’s life line.

Yannis Behrakis/Reuters

A rebel fighter in Libya, armed with a rocket-propelled grenade, kept watch at an intersection at the western gate of the eastern city of Ajdabiya. Col. Muʿammar al-Qaḏḏāfī’s forces kept up with their attack on the besieged eastern city of Misrata, though the concentrated most of their firepower in the front lines, rather than the city. They also continued to threaten shipping lanes into the port, the city’s life line.

Brian Denton/NYT
A rebel fighter patrolled the southern end of Tripoli Street in Misrata, Libya. Rebel forces battled troops loyal to Col. Muʿammar al-Qaḏḏāfī on two fronts in the besieged city.

Brian Denton/NYT

A rebel fighter patrolled the southern end of Tripoli Street in Misrata, Libya. Rebel forces battled troops loyal to Col. Muʿammar al-Qaḏḏāfī on two fronts in the besieged city.

Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images
A young Libyan rebel wounded by a sniper bullet was treated Friday by  medics in a makeshift clinic at a house near Misrata’s airport, close to  the front line in fighting between rebels and troops loyal to Libyan  leader Moammar Gadhafi.

Christophe Simon/AFP/Getty Images

A young Libyan rebel wounded by a sniper bullet was treated Friday by medics in a makeshift clinic at a house near Misrata’s airport, close to the front line in fighting between rebels and troops loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

Bernat Armangue/AP
A Libyan man waved to evacuees after they arrived by ship in Benghazi,  Libya, Thursday. A Turkish ship named Ankara arrived in Benghazi  Thursday with 980 evacuees coming from the battered city of Misrata.

Bernat Armangue/AP

A Libyan man waved to evacuees after they arrived by ship in Benghazi, Libya, Thursday. A Turkish ship named Ankara arrived in Benghazi Thursday with 980 evacuees coming from the battered city of Misrata.

Altah Qadri/AP
A Libyan rebel, defected from government forces,  wears his medals along with a dagger and a hand grenade as he stands  outside Brega, Libya, April 5.

Altah Qadri/AP

A Libyan rebel, defected from government forces, wears his medals along with a dagger and a hand grenade as he stands outside Brega, Libya, April 5.

Tyler Hicks/NYT
Fighters board a bus to be carried east away from  approaching government forces in Brega, Libya March 12.

Tyler Hicks/NYT

Fighters board a bus to be carried east away from approaching government forces in Brega, Libya March 12.

Tyler Hicks/NYT
Rebel lines appeared to crumble near the oil town  of Ras Lanuf as government forces pressed an offensive with tanks and  artillery east towards strategic oil towns March 11.

Tyler Hicks/NYT

Rebel lines appeared to crumble near the oil town of Ras Lanuf as government forces pressed an offensive with tanks and artillery east towards strategic oil towns March 11.

Lyndey Addario/NYT
Opposition troops prepare tea at dusk at the main  checkpoint near the refinery outside of Ras Lanuf as fighting between  government troops and the opposition continues in Libya March 8.   Addario and three Times colleagues went missing March 16, and endured a  trying captivity for several days.  See the links below for their story.

Lyndey Addario/NYT

Opposition troops prepare tea at dusk at the main checkpoint near the refinery outside of Ras Lanuf as fighting between government troops and the opposition continues in Libya March 8. Addario and three Times colleagues went missing March 16, and endured a trying captivity for several days. See the links below for their story.

Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images
A Libyan anti-government protester demonstrates in  Tobruk, Libya March 14.  Schmidt, along with Joe Raedle and AFP  journalist Dave Clark, were arrested by government forces March 18, and  held four days.

Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images

A Libyan anti-government protester demonstrates in Tobruk, Libya March 14. Schmidt, along with Joe Raedle and AFP journalist Dave Clark, were arrested by government forces March 18, and held four days.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images
A soldier loyal to the government shouted out a battle call after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces in Monrovia. July 2003.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images

A soldier loyal to the government shouted out a battle call after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces in Monrovia. July 2003.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images
A Libyan militia commander loyal to the government exulted after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces in Monrobia. July 2003.

Chris Hondros/Getty Images

A Libyan militia commander loyal to the government exulted after firing a rocket-propelled grenade at rebel forces in Monrobia. July 2003.

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