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Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is believed to have fled the capital Tripoli after anti-government demonstrators breached the state television building and set government property alight.
Protesters appear to have gained a foothold in Tripoli as banks and government buildings were looted while demonstrators have claimed they have taken control of the second city Benghazi.
is thought up to 400 people may have died in the unrest with dozens
more reported killed in Tripoli overnight as protests reached the
capital for the first time and army units were said to have defected to
Scroll down to watch a video report of the unrest in Libya