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Topic - Ben Barry
A "no-fly zone" over Libya likely would have a limited impact on Col. Moammar Gadhafi's offensives against rebel forces and civilians, military experts said Tuesday as pressure appeared to be intensifying for restrictions.
"Using these troops outside of Tripoli could loosen his grip there," Mr. Barry told reporters.
"The longer this goes on, the greater the chances of the rebels increasing their combat capability and the more chance there is for sanctions to bite," Mr. Barry said.