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In Tripoli, signs of Gadhafi's rule are wiped from view

As photojournalist Benjamin Lowy continues his work in Tripoli he is seeing signs, as harmless as sign defacing and as macabre as executions of Gadhafi loyalists, that Moammar Gadhafi's rule is fading.

Benjamin Lowy / Reportage by Getty for msnbc.com

A wallet-sized picture of Gadhafi in commando attire is displayed in Tripoli, Libya, on Aug. 25.

Benjamin Lowy / Reportage by Getty for msnbc.com

On the floor of one of Gadhafi's tents, a CD case showing a noosed Saddam Hussein lies on the floor.

Benjamin Lowy / Reportage by Getty for msnbc.com

A Libyan rebel shoots at a picture of Gadhafi.

 

Lowy gives intimate detail about the rebel's daily life as they fight building by building and neighborhood by neighborhood for power in Tripoli. See the slideshow.

Yesterday's post: One photojournalist's surreal ride into Libya's war zone