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Philippines to bolster watch in disputed Spratlys

The Philippine military chief says the country plans to acquire patrol ships, aircraft and an air defense radar system so it is better able to guard its territory in and near the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. Full story

U.S. military: 20 more missiles fired at Libya targets

The coalition enforcing the U.N.-backed no-fly zone over Libya fired 20 Tomahawk missiles at air defense and other targets overnight, a spokesman for the U.S. Africa Command said Tuesday. Full story

Coalition hits Gaddafi air defense radars: Jazeera

International coalition forces struck radar installations at two air defense bases belonging to Muammar Gaddafi's forces in eastern Libya, Al Jazeera news channel said on Monday. Full story

‘No-fly’ zone effectively in place

   NBC’s Richard Engel reports on day three of Operation Odyssey Dawn, the mission to enforce a U.N. sanctioned no-fly zone over Libya.

Britain resumes missile attacks on Libyan targets

Britain's Ministry of Defense said Sunday that one of its submarines had again fired guided Tomahawk missiles as part of a second wave of attacks on Libyan air defense systems. Full story

Anti-aircraft gunfire above Tripoli

Sustained bursts of anti-aircraft gunfire rattled the Libyan capital Tripoli in the early hours of Sunday, Reuters reporters in the city said. Full story

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