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New Japan Aftershock, Gadhafi Likes Latest Proposed Truce

Japan aftershock; a possible truce in Libya;a possible truce in Yemen; ban on some women's Islamic dress in France;

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An anti-Gadhafi protester, front, reacts during Friday prayers at the court square in Benghazi, eastern Libya, Friday. Fighters loyal to Gadhafi set up checkpoints in Tripoli ahead of planned anti-government protests Friday. Hossam Khalil/AP hide caption

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Any attempts to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya would have to take the country's air force into account. The pilots of these two Libyan Air Force jets landed in Malta on Monday, Feb. 21, after the pilots were ordered to fire on anti-government protesters. Lino Arrigo Azzopardi/AP hide caption

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