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Ron Paul campaign disrupts perceptions on his foreign policy

Ron Paul's official campaign blogger Jack Hunter released a video for the Conservative-leaning web property The Daily Caller, disputing claims that the Paul campaign does not have a foreign policy that can be endorsed by the GOP.

Saadi Gaddafi Intercepted In Niger

Niamey - The son of ousted Libyan tyrant Muammar Gaddafi has been intercepted after a convoy of nine people crossed the border into Niger, Libya's southern neighbour.

Op-Ed: Libya - Don't Celebrate Too Soon

Tripoli - As it appears that the rebel National Transitional Council (NTC) are close to ousting Muammar Gaddafi, it's tempting to see the war as over. This would be unwise.

Op-Ed: Mission in Libya becomes Obama’s albatross

Washington - As US military operations in Libya have settled into a drawn out war, President Obama will look back on his own Ides of March moment where he announced Libya as his next target, carelessly dooming his chance for a second term in office.

NATO launches heaviest strikes yet; targeting Gadhafi compound

Tripoli - NATO has established its most intense strikes since the bombing campaign began a couple of months ago. The coalition has already targeted the Libyan Navy, but is now escalating its attacks on Moammar Gadhafi's compound in Tripoli.

Trump, Limbaugh both consider Libyan oil spoils of war for US

The power of the Donald Trump empire is elaborated on a detailed website, but if you want to know how Trump as President might handle the Libyan conflict, he explained Obama needs to speak “right” which means taking oil as the spoils of war.

Anti-war demonstrations take place ahead of Canadian elections Special

Toronto - A peaceful anti-war demonstration took place Saturday in front of the United States Consulate in downtown Toronto. Dozens urged the government of Canada and the international community to end the war in Afghanistan and Libya.

NATO: No apologies for Thursday's airstrike on Libyan rebels

Naples - For the second time in less than a week, a NATO airstrike in Libya has killed Libyan rebels, and the strike is bringing no apologies from NATO command who says it was unaware the rebels were using military tanks.
 

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