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Sunday, March 20, 2011

112 pound Libyan missile Allies

VIVAnews - A number of warships and submarines of the United States and Britain is expected to launch at least 112 missiles (missiles) to a number of Libyan air defenses. Missile attack is the first stage performed two allied countries.

A senior U.S. defense official was quoted as saying the page Associated Press (AP) Sunday, March 20, 2011 report, the attack was believed to have caused major damage in a number of air defense facilities owned by Muammar Gaddafi.

In air raids today, carrying 112 Tomahawk cruise missiles were fired at 20 targets towards the coast. Action was intended to clear the landing area for air patrols in Libyan air force.

U.S. defense officials declare the impact of the bombing was not immediately known. But officials were confident with the accuracy of cruise missiles targeted Navy's two allies. He said the Libyan air defense suffered much damage.

Earlier, the President of the United States, Barack Obama renounce the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to halt attacks against civilians. If not, Gaddafi could face military attack.

"We have no time to negotiate. If Gaddafi failing to comply with UNSC resolutions, the international community will impose a resolution passed military action," said President Obama.

NATO countries have been sucked in a number of fighter aircraft and other military equipment close to Libya. This step also urged the UN Security Council imposed fly zones, and allow an attack on government forces.

Security Council (council) to decide the implementation of UN resolutions fly zones in Libya on Thursday, March 17, 2011, through the voting process. This move was welcomed by the opposition anti-Gaddafi in Libya.

As reported by the Associated Press page, the vote was 10-0 with five abstentions countries, namely Russia, China, India, Germany and Brazil, which had no veto power.

These countries opposed to UN intervention and other countries in an attempt to overthrow Gaddafi. Germany even worried about military action would only aggravate the situation.

The UN insisted on no-fly zone in Libya aimed at protecting the lives of innocent civilians. With the enactment of no-fly zone, the Libyan fighter jets are not allowed on air. If stubborn they will be attacked by the UNSC forces on patrol.

UN Security Council to deploy fighter jets the United States, French and English, to keep the Libyan airspace.

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