Libya's ceasefire, Japan's nuclear crisis
Libya's foreign minister has declared a ceasefire following the UN Security Council's no-fly zone over the country. Canada is sending over six CF-18 fighter jets, and U.S. President Barack Obama just warned, "If he (Moammar Gadhafi) does not comply, the international community will impose consequences." Tonight, we have the latest from the ground, plus what Gadhafi's strategy is.
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Over in Japan, the nuclear alert is now at level 5 out of 7. The country's nuclear safety agency bumped the alert level at parts of the Fukushima Daiichi complex from Level 4 to 5. This puts the situation on par with the 1979 Three Mile Island accident in Pennsylvania.