Arab League: We may impose 'no fly zone' on Libya

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March 3, 2011 08:25

 
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The Arab league said Wednesday in Cairo that they rejected any form of foreign intervention in Libya's internal affairs, Al-Jazeera reported. They added, however, that they would support a 'no fly zone'

"The Arab countries will not stand idly by," the decision made by foreign ministers stated. "The implementation of an air embargo, however, will include the coordination with the African Union."

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