Obama touting international success in Libya

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NEW YORK ‘ President Barack Obama will seek to boost Libya’s transitional leadership Tuesday and highlight the early success of the international community’s efforts to end Moammar Gaddafi’s rule as he opens two days of meetings at the United Nations. However, Obama’s attempts to point out progress in Libya threaten to be overshadowed by a showdown over Palestinian statehood. With that diplomatic clash looming, the White House is eager to instead focus attention on the next phase of the international mission in Libya. The president will meet one-on-one Tuesday morning with Mustafa Abdel Jalil, the chairman of Libya’s National Transitional Council. He will then join other heads of state at a…

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