NATO planes destroy guard towers at Gadhafi's Tripoli compound
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NATO planes leveled guard towers atop the walls of Muammar Gadhafi's compound in central Tripoli, the U.K. said, increasing pressure for the Libyan leader to quit a day after Russia offered to negotiate his exit. ...

Week In News: Russia Joins Chorus Against Gadhafi
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Russia has joined the call for Moammar Gadhafi's ouster, a surprise considering the Russian opposition to the initial NATO bombing. Guest host Rachel Martin talks about that and the week's other big stories with James Fallows, national correspondent ...

Small signs suggest waning support for Gadhafi
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Tripoli, Libya— Young men waved their assault rifles in the air, spraying celebratory gunfire. Others let off fireworks. Drivers honked and leaned out of their cars waving green flags and chanting in support of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. ...

Russia Joins Call For Gadhafi To Step Down
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Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has joined American and other European leaders in calling for Moammar Gadhafi to step down from power -- a shift that appears to indicate a closing diplomatic window for the longtime Libyan strongman. ...

Russia Changes Stance on Libya
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An unexpected voice is joining the international chorus urging Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi to leave. On Friday, Russian President Dmitri Medvedev announced that he would use his country’s solid rapport with Libya to encourage Gadhafi to finally ab ...

Russia withdraws Gadhafi support
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Deauville, France — Russia abandoned onetime ally Moammar Gadhafi and offered Friday to mediate a deal for the Libyan leader to leave the country he has ruled for more than 40 years. ...

Russia offers to mediate exit for ex-ally Gaddafi, in a turnaround and a bid for influence
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DEAUVILLE, France — Russia abandoned one-time ally Moammar Gadhafi and offered Friday to mediate a deal for the Libyan leader to leave the country he has ruled for more than 40 years. The striking proposal by a leading critic of the NATO bombing cam ...

NATO strikes 1 of Gadhafi's homes in Tripoli
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NATO says it has struck a command and control center where Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi sometimes lives but he was not a target and there is no way to know if he was there. ...

Small signs suggest waning support for Gadhafi
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Young men waved their assault rifles in the air, spraying celebratory gunfire. Others let off fireworks. Drivers honked and leaned out of their cars waving green flags and chanting in support of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. ...

Gadhafi's purported wife rips NATO, says 'life has no value'
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A woman believed to be Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's wife lashed out at NATO during an exclusive interview Friday with CNN, even as she expressed despair for her family's and her nation's plight -- saying, "Life has no value now." ...

In turnaround, Russia offers to mediate Gadhafi’s exit
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Russia abandons one-time ally Moammar Gadhafi ...

James Foley Talks Libya Capture, Anton Hammerl's Death
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BOSTON — An American journalist held captive for six weeks in Libya said Friday he constantly relives watching a fellow journalist get killed and will regret that day the rest of his life. James Foley, of Rochester, N.H., said he witnessed South Afri ...

Libya Calls On Russia To Mediate Cease-Fire
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Libya is calling on Russia to mediate a cease-fire, a sign that Moammar Gadhafi's regime may be ready to bring about an end to the months-long war. ...

Russia could help mediate Moammar Gadhafi's exit
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Russia offered Friday to mediate Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's exit from power, and France said allied forces want to step... ...

Harper Wants Parliament to Sign Off On Libya Mission Extension
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DEAUVILLE, France (CP) -- The G8 leaders agree that more must be done to oust Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi and Prime Minister Stephen Harper will ask Parliament next month to extend the Canadian military mission there. But Canada appears to be on ...

Libya calls on Russia to mediate ceasefire
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Libya is calling on Russia to mediate a ceasefire, a sign that Moammar Gadhafi's regime may be ready to bring about an end to the months-long war. ...

Video: Libya sanctions have biting effect
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As international pressure intensifies on Moammar Gadhafi to step down as Libya's leader, more citizens within the North African country are voicing opposition toward the controversial president. NBC's Richard Engel reports. (Mitchell Reports) ...

PM wants Libyan mission extended
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper is planning to extend the Canadian military mission in Libya, saying that although progress has been made against the regime of Moammar Gadhafi, more needs to be done. ...

Libya: What you need to know
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Three months after protests against Moammar Gadhafi began in Libya, the country seems to be grinding into a stalemated civil war. ...

Robert Naiman: Asserting War Powers, House Moves to End Afghanistan, Libya Wars
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Voting on amendments on the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act, the House of Representatives took action to hasten the end of the wars in Afghanistan and Libya. ...

Obama Says U.S., France Resolve to ‘Finish the Job’ They Began in Libya
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President Barack Obama said he and French President Nicolas Sarkozy agreed to “finish the job” in Libya, where Muammar Qaddafi remains in power “directing his forces in acts of aggression against the Libyan people.” ...


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