Is opposition waning in Tripoli?
- Until the leadership is overthrown, then Tripoli is where the tipping point will need to happen
- It appears at the moment that both sides are heading for a stalemate
- If talks can progress in rebel-controlled Zawia and Misrata it could provide incentive for other areas
- The government is feeling international and domestic pressure but it is also a diehard leadership
Tripoli, Libya (CNN) — dd
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