President Obama called the violence in Libya unacceptable and says that officials there could be held for war crimes. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has implemented around-the-clock surveillance in the north African nation. Libyan officials deny reports that leader Muammar Qadhafi is open to discussions about an exit strategy with rebel forces. Meanwhile, government war planes continue to strike. In Ajdabiya, an airplane bomb struck a car, killing two children. But as rebel forces prepare for what they anticipate to be their biggest fight yet, they say they need to get organized. "We need a leader," one of the fighters told CBS news. "Someone to tell us, 'don't do that, do that.'"
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