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SIRTE 11 Okt 2011 This fighter is clearly keeping calm amidst the fierce battle to take control of the Libyan town of Sirte, one of the last strongholds of fugitive leader Muammar Gaddafi.
As he stands surrounded by gunmen in front of a pock-marked wall, the area around his feet strewn with bullet casings, the man seems to be simply playing his guitar while his comrades attempt to gain ground from pro-Gaddafi forces.
The striking image comes as speculation mounts that Gaddafi could gain safe passage through Niger to Mali - where he reportedly has a house in the town of Timbuktu.
Battle song: The soldier carries on playing amidst a fierce gunfight on the streets of Sirte
Earlier, images emerged of a rebel dressed in camouflage and armed with a rifle, lounging in a four-poster bed formerly owned by Gaddafi himself. A second rebel laughs at his comrade's antics, while others inspect bed linen in the wreckage of a bedroom at a now-derelict palace in the former leader's home city of Sirte.
Rebel forces have besieged Sirte since mid-September and are still facing fierce resistance from loyalists trying to control Gaddafi's home city. But they are making sure but steady progress.
Libyan rebels rest in the bed of their country's ousted leader Muammar Gadhafi in a palace in Sirte, Libya
Blast: Anti-Gaddafi fighters fire a rocket from the roof of their car as they struggle to control the town
Celebration: Libya's new regime fighters cheer during battles in Sirte with forces loyal to Gaddafi
Besieged: Libyan revolutionary fighters attack pro-Gaddafi forces today in Sirte
Defending: A Libyan fighter fires a heavy machine gun during battles on Sirte's streets
Under arrest: Libya's new regime fighters detain an alleged Gaddafi loyalist in Sirte