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  • A Libyan rebel gestures in Abu Salim district in Tripoli, Libya, on Aug. 25, 2011. (Associated Press)

    Libya's missiles, chemicals worry U.S.

    U.S. military, intelligence and diplomatic agencies are quietly making plans to secure elements of Col. Moammar Gadhafi's expansive arsenal of weapons as his regime nears collapse and is under fire from rebels seeking to expand control over the Libyan capital.

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  • "It's a security concern, given the threat," she said. "We haven't seen close to 20,000 of them on the ground."

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  • "We have teams of technical experts, international experts who deployed and trained local members of the TNC to work with us," she said. "We always work with the ultimate or primary priority being the security of our staff. It's a negotiation or a joint process that determines what items are destroyed."

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