Gadhafi's hometown: Residents caught in crossfire

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SIRTE, Libya – Mohammed al Mselem, 45, sat outside of his hometown here with his two young daughters, surrounded by rebels on the hunt for former Libyan dictator Moammmar Gadhafi.

A former mathematics teacher, he said essential supplies had started running out in the city, populated with forces that do not want to surrender to live under rebel rule. "There's not much petrol, not much food."

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