Libyan Rebels Lose Ground; Arab League Wants No-Fly Zone
Libyan rebels battling forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi are falling back from the oil port of Brega in their latest setback. The momentum has remained with the pro-Gadhafi forces as fighter jets pound rebel positions. The Arab League Saturday called for a no-fly zone over Libya. As NPR's Peter Kenyon reports from rebel-held Benghazi, Saturday also saw the first death of a journalist in the conflict.