EU and NATO to meet on Libya after day of battles

March 10, 2011 07:57

TRIPOLI - NATO and the European Union were set to begin two days of talks on Libya on Thursday focusing on a possible "no-fly" zone after some of the fiercest fighting on the ground in almost three weeks of clashes.

A Libyan insurgent said rebels had retaken the heart of Zawiyah, the closest city to the capital Tripoli, from forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi on Wednesday, after it appeared to change hands twice during the day.

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