Anti-Gaddafi forces claim to find another of Gaddafi's homes

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National Transitional Council fighters have entered a house they claim belongs to the former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's birth village of Abu Hadi.

The home has the trademark bedouin tent in which Gaddafi traditionally liked to receive guests.

British national Anas Ramadan, who was filmed inside the house, came across a coffee set and said he would auction it to raise money for Libya.

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