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Two Navy ships leave Mumbai to evacuate Indians in Libya

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Mumbai, Feb 26 (PTI): Two Naval warships today left Mumbai to bring home Indians from strife-hit Libya.

"INS Jalashwa and INS Mysore have left Mumbai and will bring back Indians from Libya," a defence spokesperson said.

The action follows a request to the Defence Ministry to help evacuate Indian nationals from that country.

US imposes sanctions on Libya; Obama cites rights abuses:According to a report from Washington, the US late Friday imposed unilateral economic and weapons sanctions on Libya's government for its ongoing crackdown on protesters.

US President Barack Obama cited the Libyan government's "continued violation of human rights, brutalisation of its people and outrageous threats". "By any measure, (leader Moammar Gaddafi's) government has violated international norms and common decency and must be held accountable," Obama said in a statement.

The White House earlier in the day announced that sanctions were being drawn up but did not give details. "We will stand steadfastly with the Libyan people in their demand for universal rights and a government that is responsive to their aspirations," Obama said. "Their human dignity cannot be denied."

The sanctions target the assets and property of the Gaddafi government, its senior officials, Gaddafi's children and Libyans who have ordered or participated in "the commission of human rights abuses related to political repression in Libya," according to an official letter sent by Obama to the leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton also suspended all licenses and approvals for exporting "defence articles and services" to Libya, Obama said in the letter.

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Two Navy ships leave Mumbai to evacuate Indians in Libya

Mumbai, Feb 26 (PTI): Two Naval warships today left Mumbai to bring home Indians from strife-hit Libya.

"INS Jalashwa and INS Mysore have left Mumbai and will bring back Indians from Libya," a defence spokesperson said.

The action follows a request to the Defence Ministry to help evacuate Indian nationals from that country.

US imposes sanctions on Libya; Obama cites rights abuses:According to a report from Washington, the US late Friday imposed unilateral economic and weapons sanctions on Libya's government for its ongoing crackdown on protesters.

US President Barack Obama cited the Libyan government's "continued violation of human rights, brutalisation of its people and outrageous threats". "By any measure, (leader Moammar Gaddafi's) government has violated international norms and common decency and must be held accountable," Obama said in a statement.

The White House earlier in the day announced that sanctions were being drawn up but did not give details. "We will stand steadfastly with the Libyan people in their demand for universal rights and a government that is responsive to their aspirations," Obama said. "Their human dignity cannot be denied."

The sanctions target the assets and property of the Gaddafi government, its senior officials, Gaddafi's children and Libyans who have ordered or participated in "the commission of human rights abuses related to political repression in Libya," according to an official letter sent by Obama to the leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton also suspended all licenses and approvals for exporting "defence articles and services" to Libya, Obama said in the letter.

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