Ras Lanuf, March 11: Lynsey Addario and Tyler Hicks of The New York Times (center left and right) stand on the side of a road in Libya with Yuri Kosyrev of Time magazine and freelancer Nicki Sobecki. Four days later, Addario and Hicks were taken captive along with Times journalists Anthony Shadid and Stephen Farrell. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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A Libyan rebel fighter uses his legs to steady his weapon as he fires at a fighter jet during clashes with pro-Gadhafi forces outside the oil town of Ras Lanuf. Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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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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Men reach for food being thrown to them while they wait to enter Tunisia from Libya in the border town of Ra's Ajdir, March 1. U.N. officials say Tunisia cannot cope with the thousands of refugees entering the fragile nation. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Men reach for food being thrown to them while they wait to enter Tunisia after fleeing Libya, March 1, in Ras Jdir, Tunisia. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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"One of those actions that is under review is a no-fly zone" in Libya, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton told the House Foreign Affairs Committee. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Libyan anti-government fighters sit by a fire to stay warm as they control a checkpoint on the outskirts of the southwestern town of Nalut, Libya, Monday. The town is currently in control of the Libyan anti-government forces. Lefteris Pitarakis/AP hide caption

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A Gadhafi supporter simulates the salute portrayed in a photograph of Libyan Leader Moammar Gadhafi, as he and others stage a small rally on the stage of the Roman amphitheatre at the Sabratha archaeological site. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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Passengers pack Tripoli's airport Tuesday, desperate to catch a flight and leave Libya. Several countries are sending planes and ferries to Libya to evacuate their citizens. Michele Cafiero/AP hide caption

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