Clashes for 3rd straight day in Libyan town
Pro-government militias clashed Friday with fighters in a former stronghold of the late dictator Moammar Gadhafi for the third consecutive day, the spokesman for the Libyan military's chief of staff said, after talks to end the standoff broke down.


Violence has flared periodically over the last year in Bani Walid, the most significant town in Libya still resisting the country's new authorities since the end of the country's civil war last year. (AP)