Benghazi, Libya...on the road with the rookie rebels
Libya's rebels, lightly armed when they're armed at all, celebrate a victory over Gadhafi forces at the town of Ajdabiyah. Photo/Reuters.
Libya's insurgents continue their rag-tag rebellion, aided, and sometimes injured, by NATO airstrikes.
The uprising against Colonel Gadhafi is a pretty ad hoc affair in some places, hampered by inexperience and a shortage of gasoline.
CBC correspondent Margaret Evans travelled with the rebels on their daily commute to and from the war.
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