Friday, June 1, 2012

U.S.: Libya War approaching a dead end

Admiral Mike Mullen visited U.S. soldiers in Baghdad, Iraq
The war in Libya leads to a dead end, said U.S. military commander in chief.
Admiral Mike Mullen said the wars in Libya leads to a dead end,
although American air strikes and NATO forces have destroyed 30-40% of U.S. ground forces Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

The U.S. government has authorized the deployment of armed drones, the Predator to deliver precision attack capability.
Libya has been fighting rebel forces Colonel Muammar Gaddafi since February, but lately it failed to secure progress.
Admiral Mullen also said there was no sign of al-Qaida presence in the Libyan opposition.
Speaking to U.S. troops in Iraq, Mullen said radical groups might try to exploit unrest in Libya, but added: We observe, beware of them and I did not see it. Indeed, I do not see a representative of al-Qaida there.
Last month, a NATO commander said intelligence agencies had arrested the small signs of al-Qaida activity among the rebels.
Meanwhile, U.S. Senator John McCain has visited the rebel stronghold in Benghazi.
McCain became the most senior U.S. official to visit there since the conflict broke out in February.
He called on all countries recognize the Transitional National Assembly established the rebels as a legitimate voice Libya and providing weapons and training.
Urban targetsFace the onslaught of the rebel forces Libya Muammar Gaddafi in Misrata
Face the onslaught of the rebel forces Libya Muammar Gaddafi in Misrata
The developments in the field, the fourth evacuation ship chartered by the International Organization (IOM) was on his way to help migrant workers and wounded civilians from the besieged city of Misrata.
Colonel Gaddafi forces have pounded the city, which is the main rebel-held area in western Libya, over the last few weeks.
Medics said more than 1,000 people have died since fighting broke out, and many of them victims of sniper fire.
The BBC has seen evidence that cluster bombs used by the pro-Gaddafi in Misrata, but they still denied.
(Bbc / bbc)

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