BENGHAZI (AFP) - Rebels from Misrata pushed into the western Libyan town of Tuarga Friday to halt rocket attacks by Moamer Gaddafi's forces, as they buried five fighters killed in the eastern front of Brega. Rebels were rattling the gates of Brega, a strategic oil hub, almost six months after rising up against Gaddafi's forces, which a top NATO commander said were no longer able to launch a credible military offensive. The rebels, inspired by revolts in Egypt and Tunisia, launched popular protests against Gaddafi on February 15. They vowed that in just a "a few days" they plan to retake Brega, nestled on the Gulf of Syrte.