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U.S warns NATO members it will not make up budget shortfalls

The Pentagon is facing $450 billion in cuts over the next 10 years, and could face even further cuts that would be "devastating" to security in the U.S. and abroad.

Libya: 10,000 missiles missing NATO admits

There was grave concern that the cache of weapons may end up in other countries and with terrorists, the admiral warned, "anywhere from Kenya to Kunduz" in Afghanistan.

China offered $200 million in arms to Gaddafi

Graeme Smith, a reporter for The Globe and Mail, said that the documents his newspaper posted were found by him in the trash in the Bab Akkarah neighborhood, where many Gaddafi regime officials lived.

Libyan rebels move base to Tripoli

Troops on both sides of the Libyan conflict have been accused of taking part in mass executions following the discovery of scores of bodies across Tripoli.

Muammar Gaddafi urges Libyans arm themselves to fight NATO

"Get ready for the fight ... The blood of martyrs is fuel for the battlefield." - Gaddafi

Gaddafi disputes rebels have control of oil hub

Troops loyal to Gaddafi are holding on to the oil facilities and firing rockets at rebel positions

Gaddafi control oil hub

Troops loyal to Gaddafi are holding on to the oil facilities and firing rockets at rebel positions

Amnesty urges NATO investigate Libya civilian death claim

NATO has come under fire in recent months by some human rights groups and foreign countries for reportedly errant air strikes that have killed civilians

NATO helicopter crash-lands in Afghanistan

NATO said an investigation had been launched to determine what triggered the emergency landing
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