NATO inching closer to deal on Libya role

BRUSSELS - NATO countries failed again to agree on Wednesday on taking over command of military operations against Muammar Gaddafi's forces in Libya from the United States, chiefly due to Turkish reservations, diplomats said.
After ambassadors of the 28-nation alliance ended a third day of wrangling in Brussels, one senior NATO diplomat said: "No decision on anything."
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