Fighters from Misrata adjust a belt of ammunition as they prepare to fight ISIS fighters, near Sirte March 16, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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Families fled Libya's coastal city of Sirte in their dozens Monday after two days of clashes between ISIS militants and fighters loyal to a government based in Tripoli, with the violence set to escalate, according to witnesses.Reinforcements from Misrata could be seen arriving Monday on the outskirts of Sirte -- the birthplace of Moammar Gaddafi, who was ousted four years ago after decades in power.On Sunday, a car bomb exploded in Misrata at the headquarters of a force sent to fight ISIS in Sirte.
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