Gaddafi forces launch fresh strikes – ABC Online


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Gaddafi forces launch fresh strikes
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Libyan rebels retreat under heavy fire following a failed attempt to take Ajdabiya. (AFP: Patrick Baz) Forces loyal to Moamar Gaddafi have reportedly attacked the town of Zintan near Tripoli after a third night of air raids on the capital,
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US-Led Assault Nears Goal in Libya – New York Times


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US-Led Assault Nears Goal in Libya
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Tracer bullets fired from anti-aircraft guns left light trails in the sky above the Libyan capital on Monday night. By ELISABETH BUMILLER and KAREEM FAHIM WASHINGTON — An American-led military campaign to destroy Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi's air defenses
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Light winds, snow forecast near Japan nuclear plant – Reuters


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Light winds, snow forecast near Japan nuclear plant
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TOKYO (Reuters) – Rain or snow are forecast for the area around Japan's crippled nuclear reactor, over which a light wind is expected to blow from the southeast and out over parts of the country's northern region, the weather agency said on Tuesday.
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