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A placard showing photos of some of those who have died is seen on top of a tank, in the early hours of Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. The bodies of protesters shot to death by forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi were left on the streets of a restive district in the Libyan capital Tuesday, an opposition activist and a resident said, while the longtime leader defiantly went on state TV to show he was still in charge, though the eruption of turmoil in the capital after a week of protests and bloody clashes in Libya's eastern cities has sharply escalated the challenge to Gadhafi. (AP Photo/Alaguri)
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A placard showing photos of some of those who have died is seen on top of a tank, in the early hours of Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. The bodies of protesters shot to death by forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi were left on the streets of a restive district in the Libyan capital Tuesday, an opposition activist and a resident said, while the longtime leader defiantly went on state TV to show he was still in charge, though the eruption of turmoil in the capital after a week of protests and bloody clashes in Libya's eastern cities has sharply escalated the challenge to Gadhafi. (AP Photo/Alaguri)

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