Arab Israeli Conflict
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Both deliver friendly, pro-Israel speeches at AJC confab.
Rice reiterates US opposition to Israeli settlement activity, seeks commitment to two-state solution.
In letter titled 'Dear Susan Rice, I'm sorry,' Boteach says he never intended to personally attack Rice.
Saif al-Islam responds to UN Security Council decision to authorize military strikes on Libya; France, Norway to join int'l military action.
By REUTERS AND JORDANA HORN
Saif al-Islam responds to UN Security Council decision to authorize military strikes on Libya; move will allow UN members to take "all necessary measures" to protect civilians and civilian centers.
Resolution authorizes UN members to take "all necessary measures" to protect civilians and civilian centers; Gaddafi tells rebels that armed forces plan on taking over Benghazi; regime vows retaliation for intervention.
Hours before UNSC vote on a no-fly zone, Libyan leader tells rebels that armed forces plan on taking over their capital; country's Defense Ministry warns "we'll attack civilians, foreign targets if attacked."
Country says int'l attack will endanger air, maritime traffic in Mediterranean; Threat comes as UNSC set to vote on Libyan no-fly zone.
UN authorization sought for air attacks against Libyan tanks, heavy artillery as 30 people die in crossfire between rebels, Gaddafi troops.
Women, children, elderly killed in crossfire around eastern town of Ajdabiyah; US raises possibility of air strikes.
State TV tells people of rebel stronghold that army coming "to support you, cleanse your city from armed gangs"; US raises possibility of air strikes.
Libya, Angola and Malaysia win seats in an uncontested election.
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
White House National Security Council Advisor Susan Rice made a speech before AIPAC in which she chose to invert a famous line by Ronald Reagan; “Trust but verify,” into “Distrust but verify.”
By LARRY SNIDER
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