Libya's Government declared a cease-fire Friday, but rebels claim they are still being attacked by Qaddafi controlled forces. This is despite Libya's Foreign Minister's remarks saying that the country will abide by the United Nations Security Council Resolution.

 

 

President Obama spoke from the White House Friday afternoon on Libya, demanding that Libya's Muammar al-Qaddafi stop all Military attacks against his own people.

 

FOX News Radio's Rich Johnson reports from Washington DC:

 

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Meanwhile, preparations are underway to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya.

 

FOX's Steve Harrigan reports from Tripoli:

 

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Editor's Note: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is expected to attend meetings on the Libya crisis in Paris on Saturday.

 

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