Libyan rebels say forces loyal to Muammar Qaddafi have four days to surrender or face military force.
They're also demanding that Algeria return Qaddafi family members who escaped across the desert between the two countries.
CBS's Charlie D'Agata has the story in London.
Libyan rebels are celebrating as they push closer to what they're calling the final battleground, Muammar Qaddafi's hometown of Sirte.
NATO officials say they're focusing THEIR firepower on the city too.
NATO Colonel Roland Lavoie says, "Our aircraft struck several surface to air threats and multiple military vehicles in the city of Sirte which is considered a last bastion of the Qaddafi regime."
Qaddafi is still on the run but his wife and three of his children escaped to Algeria, increasing tensions between the neighboring countries.
A minister in Libya's interim government called sheltering the family an act of aggression against the Libyan people.
Rebels are demanding Algeria send Qaddafi's family back to Libya for trial.
Libyans are now getting a closer look at how their former dictator lived.
Qaddafi left behind this 150 million dollar private jet and lavish houses with hot tubs and jet skis.
Rebels on the hunt for Qaddafi are stopping short of an all out assault on his last strongholds.
They're hoping to persuade holdouts to give up the fight and avoid more bloodshed.
Rebel commanders are giving pro-Qaddafi forces until Saturday to lay down their arms or face the consequences.
Charlie D'Agata CBS News.
Algeria's health ministry says Qaddafi's daughter Aisha gave birth to a baby daughter today.
Algerian news reports say her pregnancy was one of the reasons Algeria allowed the family to enter from Libya.