Libyan rebel military leader Abdelfatah Younis lasjhed out at NATO during a news conference Tuesday, April 5, in 2011. Younis lashed out at NATO saying it's not doing enough to protect opponents of Moammar Gadhafi and complained about what he said is an overly bureaucratic process that means NATO takes hours to respond to events on the battlefield. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
Libyan rebel military leader Abdelfatah Younis lasjhed out at NATO during a news conference Tuesday, April 5, in 2011. Younis lashed out at NATO saying it's not doing enough to protect opponents of Moammar Gadhafi and complained about what he said is an overly bureaucratic process that means NATO takes hours to respond to events on the battlefield. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Associated Press
Libyan rebel military leader Abdelfatah Younis lasjhed out at NATO during a news conference Tuesday, April 5, in 2011. Younis lashed out at NATO saying it's not doing enough to protect opponents of Moammar Gadhafi and complained about what he said is an overly bureaucratic process that means NATO takes hours to respond to events on the battlefield. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis) Associated Press

Libyan rebel leader slams NATO over slow response

April 05, 2011 07:23 PM

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