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And Libya Moammar Qaddafi is foreign minister told a British broadcaster today the dictators grip on power is over.
The White House deputy Press Secretary says there's still no word on Qaddafi -- whereabouts but there is no evidence He is left Tripoli.
Pockets of resistance inside and around the capital are becoming very limited and Qaddafi is weapons stockpiles remain under control again that's according.
To the Obama administration.
We fox team coverage tonight Catherine Herridge looks at what could happen if those weapons and materials fall into the wrong hands.
But we start again with correspondent Steve Harrigan live in Tripoli where it's just after midnight good evening good morning Steve.
-- this city of Tripoli is once again rocking with the sound of gunfire all day long we saw and heard young men many of whom have been fighting the -- regime for the past six months firing their collapsing coughs up in the air.
Now through the -- it's the same story anti aircraft guns firing up in celebration as well.
This despite that the fact that there remains much fighting still to be done.
Fighting continues in pockets in Tripoli intensifying throughout the day.
Host -- about these -- -- you compound with rebels captured yesterday.
The inside of the compound ransacked the debris left similar to that littering the streets around city.
Pro Rashean snipers targeted the road leading to Tripoli airport.
Well rebels man various checkpoints throughout the city performing searches on vehicles.
As rebels push ahead of the international focus turns to a humanitarian mission and freezing Libyan assets to aid those affected by months of brutal fighting.
Meanwhile dozens of international journalists held captive in a hotel for five days back a copy loyalists have been released.
After sharing tears and hugs with friends and colleagues.
The Red Cross transported to journalists to a different more secure hotel everybody -- OK okay parents -- despite this week's gains the huge question remains.
Where is Libby is former leader.
US officials believe He may be hiding in Libya there's -- no evidence indicated he's last although He hasn't been seen an audio recording said to -- -- that these voice aired on local TV.
He called on -- to continue fighting the rebels.
The defying cannot be said He will battle aggressors until victory or death.
All the -- should come to Tripoli declines it from the rats come to Tripoli to cleanse it from traders eager to finish their job rebels are now offering a one million dollar reward for Qaddafi.
Dead or alive.
The international criminal court wants him to.
There is an ICC.
Bounty on his head there's a Libyan bounty on his head it's going to be up to the Libyan people.
To bring him to justice.
Besides catching colonel Qaddafi a real challenge for this new government will be to establish security here.
Yesterday for Italian journalists were kidnapped their local driver executed on the spot Brett back to you Steve Harrigan live in Tripoli early Thursday morning Steve.
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