Map depicting NATO's view of where the fontline existed in Libya during March 2011, with Pro-Gaddafi strongholds, Anti-Gaddafi secured areas, plus towns that are under conflict all highlighted. This image was created/updated on September 22nd 2011.
Please note:  NATO's original image quality is very low, making it almost impossible to read the town's names, plus  we have adjusted the writing in the bottom-right corner box (the Pro-Gaddafi/Anti-Gaddafi text beside the green/pink boxes), as NATO originally indicated that both green and pink areas were anti-Gaddafi.
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