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Topic - Abdullah Kenshil
Tribal elders from one of Col. Moammar Gadhafi's last strongholds were trying to persuade regime loyalists holed up there to lay down their arms, the elders said during talks Tuesday with rebel negotiators, hours after a large convoy of heavily armed Gadhafi soldiers crossed the desert into neighboring Niger.
An official with revolutionary forces there, Abdullah Kenshil, said they captured the airport in Bani Walid on Sunday, but heavy shelling from Col. Gadhafi's forces continued elsewhere.
"We are 100 percent sure that he is inside, at least until last night," Mr. Kenshil said.