U.S. ready to invade Libya
Washington --The United States is weighing a possible military role to help the Libyan revolt against leader Moammar Gadhafi,
but top U.S. officials warn that the issue is controversial.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a Senate panel Wednesday that
"there may well be a role for military assets to get equipment and supplies into areas that have a need for them" and in areas where the United States is welcome.
But she noted the Arab League statement issued Wednesday that rejected
"any foreign interference within Libya on behalf of the opposition, even though they have called for Gadhafi to leave."
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