(Euronews: 0629 PST, April 1, 2011) Libyan rebels are concentrating their efforts on Brega as they attempt to regain momentum in the fight against the army. They are moving heavy weaponry, including rocket launchers, to what now appears to be the frontline between the two sides.
After two days of retreating, the rebels are trying retake the town from forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi. Last week, the rebels made use of coalition airstrikes to take control of the the eastern port city, but were driven back just days later.
Fierce fighting erupts in Brega
(Al Jazeera English: 2136 PST, March 31, 2011) Pro-democracy fighters in Libya are preparing for fresh attacks by forces loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. After making gains over the last week with the help of international air strikes, they are struggling to hold back Gaddafi's army. The rebels are re-grouping on a road just east of the city of Brega. Al Jazeera's Sue Turton reports from the frontline.