Libya Rocked By More Violence
The conflict in Libya continued between rebels and pro-Qaddafi forces. The latest fighting around Ras Lanouf left at least four people dead.
Calls for a no-fly zone from the rebels have lead to demurral from the Obama Administration. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates remains opposed to a no-fly zone, according to a FoxNews.com report.
Libyan warplanes bombed an oil facility in Ras Lanouf. Rebels still say they control the area.
Qaddafi has vowed that Libyans will resist a no-fly zone, according to a VOANews.com report. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, though said in an interview with Sky News that any no-fly zone needed to involve the international community.