Libyan war goes on and on

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Nato has no immediate plans to end its military intervention in Libya, the Western military alliance confirmed today: here.

U.S. pledges no ground troops in Libya, but…: here.

African Union chairman Jean Ping accused Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC) on Monday of failing to protect civilians, especially black Libyans and migrant workers from sub-Saharan Africa: here.

As rebels take Tripoli, foreign powers are eyeing the prize of Libya’s high quality crude oil: here.

British businesses are scrambling to return to Libya in anticipation of the end to the country’s civil war, but they are concerned that European and North American rivals are already stealing a march as a new race to turn a profit out of the war-torn nation begins: here.

Even as we celebrate the victory of the Libyan people we might note that violence invariably taints a revolution, and the bill of the carnage is yet to be paid: here.

Sad day for Africa as counter-revolution triumphs in Libya: here.

After war in Libya, a need to assert nonviolence for Arab Spring: here.

USA: Leaked cable: Sen. McCain promised to help Gaddafi obtain U.S. military hardware: here.

Libya’s revolution disgraced by racism: here.

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