Is the end in sight?

With politicians of countries galore scurrying from one to the other, with promises made to offer bed and breakfast in another room for Gaddifi whilst foreign ambassadors decide the fate of Libya, the political end may be nigh.

The rebels meanwhile are also hoping to deliver.

In front of them now lies the  heavily fortified town of Garyan. Victory here would bring the rebels within 50 miles of  Tripoli and control of the main southern road leading to the  capital itself.

Is the end in sight?

One winner however is not Nato!

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