The United Nations says more than 100 thousand people have fled Libya to Egypt and Tunisia. The Egyptian border in the east is approaching normal, says Valerie Amos, the Emergency Relief Coordinator for the U.N. She says a team has gone into Libya and that other NGOs have managed to get in as well to distribute medical suppiles. However, on the western border with Tunisia, thousands of people continue to flee the country creating a bottleneck. On that border, the challenge is to set up transit camps and to create an evacuation plan.