President Obama is on a state visit to the UK while NATO considers ramping up military action against Libya. Now France says it'll send attack helicopters to Libya and the British may as well. The World's Laura Lynch reports.
While parts of Libya's northern coast have been changing hands from day to day, weeks of heavy bombardments by forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi have failed to break the deadlock. Anchor Lisa Mullins talks with Los Angeles Times reporter Ned Parker.
Muammar Gaddafi's massive military base in Benghazi, called the Katiba, or garrison, was once feared and loathed. Now, its burned-out rooms and graffitied walls are a tourist attraction. Ben Gilbert reports from Benghazi.
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