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Photographers and cameramen film the Libyan empty chair during the Arab League's emergency meeting in Cairo, Egypt, on Saturday, March 12, 2011, where foreign ministers discuss the possibility of imposing no-fly zone over Libya to protect the civilian population from the Gadhafi regime's fighter jets. But the Arab League's member states are divided over how to deal with the Libyan crisis, signaling it would be a tough debate. Egyptian foreign Minister Nabil el-Arabi at left. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)
Photo by: Amr Nabil
Photographers and cameramen film the Libyan empty chair during the Arab League's emergency meeting in Cairo, Egypt, on Saturday, March 12, 2011, where foreign ministers discuss the possibility of imposing no-fly zone over Libya to protect the civilian population from the Gadhafi regime's fighter jets. But the Arab League's member states are divided over how to deal with the Libyan crisis, signaling it would be a tough debate. Egyptian foreign Minister Nabil el-Arabi at left. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil)

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