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-- -- James Rosen is watching things from the State Department.
-- authenticated amateur video -- location unknown but newly uploaded to YouTube depicted continued fighting in Libya's streets.
In eastern towns like -- -- site of a fierce battle for control of the airport one by the rebels.
But also in western -- like no illusions -- protesters could be seen indulging their first taste of freedom but the empire struck back.
The Qaddafi regime reportedly bombed -- rebel held ammunition depot in the east in the western city of some -- top pro regime forces could be seen massing.
And on the capital Tripoli Moammar Qaddafi appeared to maintain a tight grip.
Policeman demanded more weapons from so you call Islam Qaddafi the dictator's son who vowed to supply them yeah.
Support and arms are on the way that everything is fine and we are going to be victorious in Geneva secretary of state Clinton announced a ten million dollar plan to deploy humanitarian.
-- teams to address the growing refugee crisis.
The EU followed Washington's lead and impose travel bans asset freezes and other sanctions on the Libyan regime.
Speaking two days after President Obama issued a paper statement urging Qaddafi to resign Clinton became the first US official to do so on camera.
It's time for Qaddafi to go.
Now without further violence or delay.
Clinton aides have begun reaching out to leading opposition figures but the secretary stressed the difficulty of knowing where to start.
Qaddafi ruled for 42 years by basically.
And never even creating.
An army so that it could not.
Be used against him.
So the situation in Libya is so much more challenging then what's happening in Egypt.
In Washington President Obama met with UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon while America's ambassador to the UN balked at any swift -- to supplying arms to the Libyan rebels.
We await to see how the opposition coalesced.
And and in that context it certainly premature I think to to begin to talk about.
Any kind of military issues.
But military officials tell Fox News the USS kearsarge an amphibious assault ship.
Is soon to transit through the Suez Canal into the Mediterranean and that active planning is underway for the possible establishment of a no fly zone over Libya.
Brett -- -- -- the State Department tonight James.
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