Coalition forces bomb Libya for a third as the crow flies night Monday, targeting the air military protection and services of Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafi, stopping his advance and hand some impetus back to the rebels, who were on the verge of beat just last week.
Other than the rebellion's more prearranged military units were still not ready, and the resistance disarray underscores U.S. warnings that a long impasse could emerge.
The air drive by U.S. and European militaries has categorically rearranged the map in Libya and rescued rebels from the instantaneous threat they faced only days ago of being flattened under a prevailing advance by Gadhafi's forces. The first round of airstrikes smashed a column of management tanks that had been touching on the rebel assets of Benghazi in the east.
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