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  • Gadhafi's residential compound, came as the U.S. invited Libya's rebel leadership on Tuesday to open a representative office in Washington and NATO moved toward considering adding ground-attack helicopters to its military campaign in hopes of breaking a stalemate between the Libyan leader and rebels seeking to overthrow him.

    NATO Steps Up Airstrikes in Libyan Capital

  • Mr. Rasmussen repeated Friday his optimism that the alliance would have "in the near future" the extra ground-attack aircraft needed for its mission in Libya.

    NATO Echoes Allies' Call for Gadhafi's Departure

  • On Thursday, NATO's top military commander asked for eight more ground-attack fighter jets to fight the Libyan government more effectively.

    NATO Echoes Allies' Call for Gadhafi's Departure

  • World NATO's military commander said the alliance needs eight sophisticated ground-attack fighter jets to carry out its Libya mission, saying at a Berlin summit that the warplanes are needed to cope with new tactics being used by forces loyal to Gadhafi, such as hiding tanks and other heavy military equipment in populated areas.

    This Week: A Budget, a Budget Fight, Libya on the Brink

  • U.S. officials said late Thursday that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had engaged in extensive negotiations with Turkish, British, French and other officials over the previous 24 hours to get NATO agreement to command both the no-fly and ground-attack operations.

    NATO to Lead No-Fly Zone

  • France has offered to add ground-attack helicopters to the jets targeting Col.

    Allies Push to Step Up Campaign in Libya

  • The U.S. pullout from the front lines of military activity has left a shortage of ground-attack jets, prompting the British government to pressure its European allies to send more aircraft into the theater.

    Friendly Fire Raises Tensions in Libya

  • The U.S. pullout from the front line of military activity in Libya has left a shortage of ground-attack jets, prompting the British government to pressure its European allies to send more aircraft into the theater.

    British Say NATO Faces Jet Shortage

  • The North Atlantic Treaty Organization needs eight sophisticated ground-attack fighters to carry out its mission in Libya to cope with new tactics being used by Gadhafi's forces, according to the alliance's top military commander.

    World Watch

  • Earlier Thursday the alliance's top military commander asked for eight more ground-attack fighter jets to fight the Libyan government more effectively.

    U.S., Allies Raise Ante on Ouster of Gadhafi

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