March 3rd, 2011
03:45 PM ET

What can be done to end the crisis in Libya?

Bryony Jones for CNN

(CNN) - More than two weeks after protests against Moammar Gadhafi's regime began, the Libyan leader is still clinging to power, insisting "we will fight until the last man and woman to defend Libya."

Continuing unrest and violence has left experts warning of a major humanitarian disaster, as thousands of people flee across the borders into neighboring Tunisia and Egypt.

So what can the international community do to stop further bloodshed? And will anything they do convince Gadhafi to step down after more than 40 years in power?

What about a no-fly zone to keep Libyan military aircraft out of the skies?

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  1. Henry

    Go into Libya with the UN and keep peace, halt all airspace, reason with the French, and make sure that there are no more Americans in Libya or Tripoli.

    March 3, 2011 at 9:03 pm |
  2. Joyce

    A no-fly zone would bring on int'l distruction of the anti-aircraft batteries, amonst other things. That could cause unintentional injury to the people nearby. We must have faith in the people of Lybia to take back their country. We can help with humanitarian aid.

    March 3, 2011 at 8:38 pm |