'Action in Libya could begin immediately after talks'

By REUTERS
March 19, 2011 14:44

 
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PARIS - World powers meeting in Paris on Saturday to discuss a coordinated intervention in Libya could launch air strikes as soon as the talks end, a source close to the discussions said.

The source said that France, Britain and Canada could take part jointly in an initial intervention. The United States could participate later on and any participation by Arab nations would come after that, he said.

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