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Cross over: How rebels react to NATO's increased air strikes

04-07-2011 19:04 BJT Special Report:Int'l Intervention in Libya |

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NATO aircraft plan to fly 198 sorties over Libya on Wednesday, which would be the highest for a single day since NATO assumed full command of operations on March 31, the alliance's spokeswoman said. Full Story>>

We are joined by correspondents, Yama Wolasmal in Benghazi, and Jack Barton in Tripoli.

Q1. Jack, NATO has increased the number of missions it's flying over Libya. Is this in response to rebel criticism that NATO's not doing enough to protect civilians?

Q2. And Yama, how have the rebels reacted to NATO's increased air strikes, and how will NATO's decision help them in their fight?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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