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23.30 That's all for the live blog for today. You can follow our full Libya coverage here.
23.04 Libyan rebels are claiming that Algeria has offered passage to a third country for the Gaddafi family.
21.48 A rebel minister is now also stating that Khamis Gaddafi is dead. Mohammed al-Allagy, the rebel justice and human rights minister told AFP: One of the rebel leaders confirmed to me that Khamis was killed somewhere near Tarhuna, about 80 kilometres (50 miles) south of Tripoli. He may have been killed in battle. The rebel leader said he had been buried.
20.40 Rob Crilly, our man on the ground in Benghazi, gives some reaction to the news that Gaddafi's wife Sofia and children Hannibal, Mohammed and Aisha have fled to Algeria. There'll be little surprise in Libya that Gaddafi's wife and three of his children have arrived in Algeria. Benghazi has been buzzing for days with unconfirmed reports of armoured cars crisscrossing the desert on the way to the border in the far south-west. Most speculation puts Colonel Gaddafi himself somewhere in the south-west too. The thing I can't work out - what's in it for Algeria? Presumably pots of cash... but can that be enough to balance the international outrage that would follow the Colonel's arrival in Algiers?
20.28 Here is a picture of Khamis Gaddafi, who was infamous for leading the nation's most feared militia - the Khamis Brigade. The rebels claimed they had killed Khamis Gaddafi earlier this month but he was then shown alive and well on Libyan television. Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi's youngest son Khamis AP
20.15 BREAKING Rebel commander claims Gaddafi's son Khamis has been killed during fighting in southen Libya.
19.35 Libya's de facto government considers Algeria's sheltering of members of Muammar Gaddafi's family an act of aggression and will seek their extradition, a National Transitional Council spokesman said on Monday. Here is the statement spokesman Mahmoud Shamman told Reuters:
Also Libyan rebels even owned a private jet