Gaddafi's sons reported held as rebels enter central Tripoli
Libyan rebels said Sunday night that two sons of embattled Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi had been arrested, broadcaster Al Jazeera reported.
Seif al-Islam and Mohammed were arrested in a tourist village in western Tripoli, Abu Bakr al-Tarbulsi, a rebel spokesman told Al Jazeera from the Libyan capital, dpa reported.
There was no word on the whereabouts of Gaddafi.
Meanwhile, rebels said they had entered the Green Square near the compound of Gaddafi.
They said pro-Gaddafi forces retreated, and many of them were captured.
Al-Jazeera showed footage of people in Tripoli welcoming the victorious rebels.