A Libyan rebel fighter fires from the back of his vehicle towards Bab al Aziziya compound in Tripoli August 23, 2011.
Credits: REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
Moammar Gadhafi is nowhere to be seen, but rebels have seized his compound in Tripoli.
Gadhafi's Bab al-Aziziya compound was stormed by hundreds of rebels following hours gunfire Tuesday.
There are conflicting reports about Gadhafi's location and status, with some claiming he remains hidden in the city in good health.
NATO officials had strong words for Gadhafi, stating his end is near.
Many analysts are cautiously optimistic, as the nature of rebel leadership remains an unknown. As Sun News Network's Michael Coren explains, the removal of Moammar Gadhafi opens the door to a number of troubling possibilities, including a shift from a dictator to hard-line Arab nationalists at the helm.
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