Rebels send more forces to Bani Walid
The National Transitional Council, who led the revolution against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's regime, sent more troops to the outskirts of the city of Bani Walid ,Al Jazeera reported.
"This step was taken after clashes occurred between anti-Gaddafi forces and supporter of ousted Col. Gaddafi yesterday evening," spokesman for rebels said. "Gaddafi forces' sudden attack on rebels was defeated."
Mass demonstrations demanding for the ouster of Qaddafi, who has been ruling the country for more than 40 years, started in Libya in mid-February and subsequently grew into armed confrontation between the government forces and the rebels.
In mid-February in Libya began mass demonstrations calling for the withdrawal of the ruling the country for more than 40 years, Gadhafi, who later turned into an armed confrontation between government forces and rebels.
the operation was called "Odyssey Dawn". Great Britain, France, US, Canada, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Denmark are involved in it. The task of the operation is to officially protect the civilian population of Libya from the violence exerted by the regime of Muammar Gaddafi.
Earlier, Foreign Minister of the United Kingdom, William Hague, said that Great Britain expects that the Arab countries that supported the beginning of military operations in Libya, will join the campaign.