After six months of bloody clashes Libyan rebel forces appear to have finally taken over the capital Tripoli. Celebratory gunfire rang out as large crowds gathered across the country, chanting and waving the green, red and black flags of the opposition movement. Colonel Gaddafi’s sons have also been captured and the fall of the regime appears imminent. But with so little known about the alternative government and how unified it is Libya’s future looks very much uncertain. Featured in story: Dr Anthony Billingsley, University of New South Wales

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