TOP United States (US) military officers yesterday said air strikes have restricted Libyan forces but admitted the conflict was heading towards “stalemate” as Muammar Gaddafi’s troops pressed on with their siege on rebel-held city of Misrata.
Reuters reported yesterday that rebels welcomed American plans to deploy unmanned aircraft operated remotely from the US. However, bad weather forced the first two drones sent to Libya to turn back.
“It’s certainly moving toward a stalemate,” said Admiral ...
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Added April 22, 2011
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