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South Sudan rejects Sudan's complaint to U.N. over rebels

South Sudan on Sunday rejected allegations it was arming insurgents in two conflict-stricken border regions in Sudan after its old civil war foe brought the charges to the United Nations Security Council. Full story

Russia warns over new UN resolution on Libya

Russia said Tuesday it will not support any United Nations Security Council resolutions on Libya which could escalate the conflict, local news agencies reported. Full story

UN staff killed in Afghan clash over Quran burning

Afghans angry over the burning of a Quran at a Florida church stormed a U.N. compound in Afghanistan, and clashes claimed the lives of seven foreign U.N. staff and several Afghans. Full story

Clinton: Speak with one voice on Libya transition

   Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at a conference in London on the unrest in Libya.

US envoy defends involvement in Libya

   U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice defends President Obama’s decision to take military action in Libya, telling TODAY’s Meredith Vieira that if the United States had not got involved, tens of thousands of Libyans would have been killed.

Whose side is US propping up in Libya?

   Former Pa. Gov. Ed Rendell joins Morning Joe to address the big questions surrounding Libya: Who are the Libyan rebels? How much support should the allied forces give them? How, if at all, is the US acting outside of the U.N. Security Council’s mandate?

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Libya no-fly resolution offered at UN

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  UN approves Libya resolution

The United Nations Security Council approved “a wide range of actions, including strikes on air-defense systems and missile attacks from ships” to quell violence against civilians by Muammar Gadhafi’s troops. Steve Clemons of the New America Foundation joins to analyze the latest.

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