NATO widens Libya pressure; foreign journalists attacked


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Sixty days into our war on Libya and Obama refuses let our elected representatives in Congress decide on the legitimacy of the matter.

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Probably not a popular thing to say here, but watching the first few weeks of the Libya conflict on TV in the West, I was often astonished at how much military information was being given by reporters in the area. Not much neutrality here, I thought.

Not surprising that they become targets. There should be some kind of Hippocratic oath for journalists, for the good of every journalist on the planet.

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Poor Libyans. USA and NATO brings only chaos instead of democracy.Look what happened in Egypt: they r suffering now a lot.

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US and NATO don't have much to do with Egypt. Even Obama is johnny-come-lately there. Whatever happens in Egypt is what the Egyptian citizens want and deserve.

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