LONDON - The UK government has stated that it will not allow Moussa Koussa UK immunity.
However, he will be questioned over the 1988 Lockerbie Bombings.
Some say his unexpected arrival is proof of a 'regime [that is] crumbling', but rebel leaders in Libya have ran into literal roadblocks.
The Rebel base of Misrata has been shelled by loyalists for 24h continuously, with no break from it.
In the east, rebel ground forces are being attacked by rocket fire from loyalists - the rebels machine guns from the 80s are no match for the near-new tech provided by, ironically, the Allied forces.
Since the uprising began in February, the Gaddafi regime has been hit by a number of resignations, including the interior minister, justice minister and several ambassadors.
And rumours have started in Tripoli of a slew of other defections.
Meanwhile, in NATO, debate is raging over how deep it should go into the conflict.
Many have stated that the rebels need 'radios, guns, tanks [and] help.'
The conflict seems to have no sign of abating, with it having started in late February after revolutions in other North African nations.