Western Powers Opt for Further 'No-Fly Zone' Talks as Libyan Crisis Escalates
As the humanitarian situation in Libya deteriorates, forces loyal to Col Gaddafi have retaken both initiative and ground lost in the first round of protests. Counterattacks against rebel forces have been widespread in the last week, culminating in the recapture of Bin Jawad, an important stepping stone towards Ras Lanuf, a rebel-held oil town. Latest reports confirm that the town is under air and ground attack.
The international stage
As plans for an internationally implemented no-fly z...
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