Obama again defends U.S. involvement in Libya
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Obama again defends U.S. involvement in Libya

President Obama again defended U.S. involvement in Libya Tuesday, saying he has "absolutely no doubt" leadership in military attacks can soon be transferred to allies. Obama spoke in a joint news conference with Salvadoran President Mauricio Funes. (CBS News)

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