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Britain to send aircraft to enforce Libya no-fly

LONDON (AP) - Prime Minister David Cameron says Britain will send Typhoon and Tornado fighter jets "in the coming hours" to help enforce a no-fly zone over Libya.
Cameron told lawmakers today that Britain will join a U.N.-authorized operation to stop Moammar Gadhafi from launching "a brutal attack using air, land and sea forces" on the rebel-held city of Benghazi.
Cameron says the move is about saving lives and protecting people in Libya and insists it is "not about choosing the government of Libya."
Britain, France and NATO have been holding emergency meetings today, after the United Nations approved a no-fly zone over Libya. Cameron says Britain, France and Arab nations are to meet Saturday in Paris on no-fly zone.

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