Fighters loyal to former leader Muammar Qaddafi continue to repel advances on the key strongholds of Bani Walid and Sirte, raising questions as to just how long it will take to end the war in Libya.
That's the implication of documents found by Al Jazeera in Tripoli. The documents also suggest that US Rep. Dennis Kucinich tried to help provide legal assistance to the Libyan regime.
NATO is still hoping for a negotiated settlement with Libyan rebels to avoid more fighting, particularly in Qaddafi's hometown of Sirte. The deadline expires Saturday.
In Tripoli, human rights workers and locals are uncovering evidence of mass killings by Muammar Qaddafi's retreating army. Meanwhile, water distribution and other basic services are in disarray.
The military spokesman for Libya's interim government said a son of Muammar Qaddafi may have been killed trying to flee Tripoli as the new Libya's forces extend their grip over the country.
Libya's rebel council is meeting with international officials in Qatar today to arrange $2.5 billion in funding for an interim government.
As Libya rebels assumed control of most of Tripoli, Qaddafi's spokesman said 'thousands and thousands' of fighters were on their way to Tripoli to join the fight.
Libyan rebels claims to have the entire capital city of Tripoli under their control, except for Qaddafi's compound.