Is military action in Libya in breach of legality?

INTERNATIONAL PAPERS, Tues., 29/3/2011: This morning’s Guardian looks at a looming battle in Gaddafi’s home town of Sirte between loyalists and rebel forces. Also in the paper, various prominent lawyers analyse the legality of NATO’s military intervention. Elsewhere, The Independent wonders if Prince William’s wedding is being used as an excuse to crack down on dissent in the UK.

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Some articles from today’s international press review:
 
The Guardian: Libya's decisive battle looms as Gaddafi troops head east
 
The Guardian: Libya: Cameron and Sarkozy demand that 'Gaddafi must go'
 
The Guardian: Libya: Coalition bombing may be in breach of UN resolution's legal limits
 
The Times: London girl whose dreams of reform now lie in tatters
 
Hurriyet Daily News: Turkey to assume control of Benghazi airport in Libya
 
The Independent: Are Prince’s nuptials being used as cover for a crackdown on dissent?

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