Gadhafi's forces adapt to airstrikes, pound rebels
LibyaMoammar Gadhafi's land forces recaptured a planned oil town Wednesday and moved within arresting distance of one more main eastern city, nearly reverse the gains rebels made because international airstrikes began. Rebels plead for more help, while a U.S. official said government forces are making themselves harder to goal by using civilian "battle wagons" with makeshift weapons instead of tanks.

Western powers kept up the heaviness to energy Gadhafi out with new airstrikes in other parts of Libya, hints that they may arm the disagreement and intense consultation following the scenes to find a country to give sanctuary to Libya's leader of more than 40 years.

Too on Wednesday, an American official and former U.S. astuteness officer told The Associated Press that CIA functioning were sent to Libya this month following the agency's position in the assets was forced to close.

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