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Topic - Roland Lavoie
The continuing resistance by pro-Gadhafi forces in Sirte and other locations in Libya is "surprising" because they are fighting a losing battle, NATO said Tuesday.
Libyan rebels pledged Tuesday to launch an assault within days on Moammar Gadhafi's hometown, the ousted strongman's last major bastion of support.
"So from that perspective," he said, "it just does not make sense to see what these few remaining forces are doing."
But, he said, they no longer can mobilize significant forces or command those forces.