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The Battle for Tripoli

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A Libyan man congratulates a rebel fighter at green square, renamed Martyr's square by rebels, in Tripoli on Aug 23. (Zohra Bensemra/Reuters)


Rebels have overrun the Libyan capital and are scouring the city for dictator Moammar Gadhafi.  You can follow the latest developments on Twitter and at CBC News.

Daybreak's Chris Walker spoke with Seraj El-Majdoub, a 20-year-old Libyan student at UBC in Kelowna:

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After that interview, we talked with Roger McKnight at En-Pro International about the effect the Libyan revolution is having on global oil prices and Canadian gas prices:

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