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U.S. Airpower Still Pounding Libyan Forces
U.S. STILL CARRYING OUT AIRSTRIKES IN LIBYA:
Pentagon officials revealed yesterday (April 13th) that American fighter jets have continued to carry out airstrikes in Libya even after the U.S. turned over the mission to NATO last week.
NATO’s In Charge…Quaddafi’s Forces Rally
Forces loyal to Muammar al-Qaddafi used deadly force against rebels and civilians in Misrata Wednesday, killing at least 20 people, a rebel spokesman told Reuters.
The spokesman says that Qaddafi forces are using artillery to bombard the rebel stronghold...
Obama’s Speech


OBAMA: NOT ACTING IN LIBYA WOULD'VE BEEN 'BETRAYAL OF WHO WE ARE':

In a nationally-televised speech to the American people last night (March 28th), President Obama sought to explain why he approved acting with another nations to mount attacks on Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's forces, while also expl…
Obama to Speak on Libya Tonight
US President Barack Obama prepared Monday to give a prime-time address to the nation aimed at winning the support of a war-weary American public for the military intervention in Libya.
After inheriting wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning president finds himself embroiled in ye…
NATO Takes Over…Right?
NATO TAKES COMMAND OF PART OF LIBYAN OPERATION:
NATO agreed late Thursday (March 24th) to take over command of part of the military operations against Libya -- the enforcement of the no-fly zone. However, the attacks on the ground will continue to be led by the U.S.
Less Than Half of Americans Favor Action in Libya
A Gallup poll conducted Monday finds more Americans approving than disapproving of the military action against Libya by the United States and other countries.
The March 21 poll was conducted just days after the United States joined other countries in conducting airstrikes against Libya to enforce a U…
Putin Put Down on Libya
VOTKINSK, Russia (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin Monday likened the U.N. Security Council resolution supporting military action in Libya to medieval calls for crusades.

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