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In a move of expanding engagement in Libya, members of NATO met in Brussels on Sunday evening, also to discuss the engagement rules.
Mohammed Ali el-Atwish, a 42-year-old rebel fighter in Bin Jawad, told AFP news agency, "Gaddafi's forces are now scared rats, they are dropping their weapons and uniforms and dressing as civilians." He further said in confidence, "We are no longer concerned about Gaddafi's forces at all."
Roberts gates, US defence Secretary with Hilary Clinton said, "we have largely accomplished our goals in Col Gaddafi's Libya."
"We have taken out his armour," Mr Gates said, "we would soon relinquishing our leading role in the coalition."
Mrs Clinton said: "We're beginning to see, because of the good work of the coalition, his troops begin to turn back toward the west - and to see the opposition begin to reclaim the ground they had lost."
In another report, France said that its aircraft had destroyed at least five Libyan government jets and two helicopters on Saturday night at a government air base near rebel-held Misrata.
In an official statement by the Libyan government it says that coalition forces have been carrying out air strikes between Ajdabiya and the town of Sirte, as quoted by BBC.
Strikes have killed nearly 100 civilians
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