World 21 August 2011 Rebels enter Tripoli The Gadaffi regime is on the brink. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML Most major news organisations are reporting tonight that Libyan rebels have entered Tripoli and that Muammar al-Gadaffi's regime, its authority long since undermined by the uprising, is on the verge of collapse. Earlier this evening, Al Arabiya TV reported that Gaddafi's presidential guard has surrendered to the rebels. Of British broadcasters, only Sky News has a presence on the ground in the Libyan capital. Their reporter Alex Crawford is apparently sending back live pictures from the back of a truck in Tripoli, via a mini-satellite dish connected to a car cigarette lighter socket. Sky's live feed can be watched here. Meanwhile, the whereabouts of Gadaffi himself are unknown. The NS on Libya: Profile of Gadaffi Leader, 24 March 2011 Olivier Roy › These tax cut whispers are about to get louder Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Why are Russian teenagers throwing ducks and trainers in the air? One good thing about Brexit: the end of “honest conversations” about immigration If the government can back down on self-employed taxes, why not disability benefit cuts?