Friday, April 15, 2011

U.S. resists calls for greater engagement in Libya

"At a summit of NATO nations that opened here Thursday, U.S. officials played down emerging rifts among allies and rebuffed calls from within NATO for its members to commit more forces to the military operation in Libya. Since the United States turned over command of the airstrikes in Libya to NATO at the end of March, there has been growing criticism from some in the coalition - particularly France and Britain - that other allies need to do more to help Libya’s rebel opposition battle Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi"

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