As Fighting Continues In Libya, Countries Debate Path Forward04:50
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Anti-Gadhafi rebels ride on a truck with a multiple rocket launcher, as flames rises from a fuel storage facility that was attacked during  fighting with pro-fighters, in Sedra, eastern Libya. (AP)
Anti-Gadhafi rebels ride on a truck with a multiple rocket launcher, as flames rises from a fuel storage facility that was attacked during fighting with pro-fighters, in Sedra, eastern Libya. (AP)

As Libyan warplanes launch air strikes, many countries continue to debate creating a no-fly zone over Libya. Britain and France want the UN to create one, the US is debating one, too. But what about the Arab League and Turkey? Today Moammar Gadhafi told a Turkish reporter that a no-fly zone would prove the West's real intention, which is to seize Libya's oil.

This segment aired on March 9, 2011.

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