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Lybia March 2011
World › 48 killed, 150 injured as allies launch airstrikes in Libya
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
World › 48 killed, 150 injured as allies launch airstrikes in Libya
Forty-eight people were killed and 150 others injured in ''civilian areas'' in airstrikes by allied forces including the United States, Britain and France, Libyan state…Read Full Article ...
 
Mideast unrest to spike crude prices
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Mideast unrest to spike crude prices
Oil prices may rise on speculation fighting in Libya and unrest in Bahrain will spread to the surrounding region and curb crude shipments, a survey showed.Read...
 
Live updates: US, Britain and France launch strike on Libya
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Live updates: US, Britain and France launch strike on Libya
WESTERN allies pound Libya with air strikes and missiles sparking a furious response from Gaddafi. Get the latest updates here.Read Full Article ...
 
China expresses regret over allied strike on Libya
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
China expresses regret over allied strike on Libya
China on Sunday expressed "regret" over punishing airstrikes by the US and European nations against Libya to enforce a UN no-fly zone. Foreign Ministry spokesw...
 
Libya operation to proceed in 3 stages
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Sunday, 20 March 2011
Libya operation to proceed in 3 stages
The western military operation in Libya will proceed in three stages. The first one which is now ongoing, envisions air and missile strikes on 31 targets, main...
 
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