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A pro-Gadhafi Libyan soldier sits in an armoured vehicle next to a mosque in Qasr Banashir, southeast of the capital Tripoli, in Libya, Tuesday, March 1, 2011. (Ben Curtis/Ben Curtis/AP)
A pro-Gadhafi Libyan soldier sits in an armoured vehicle next to a mosque in Qasr Banashir, southeast of the capital Tripoli, in Libya, Tuesday, March 1, 2011. (Ben Curtis/Ben Curtis/AP)

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Libya's military before the insurrection was on paper made up of some 100,000 troops, but many have defected and some weapons have been captured by rebels

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