The African Union is beginning to echo the Arab League:

Jacob Zuma, the South African president [and one of five heads of state on a high-level African Union panel on Libya], said on Monday that his country does not support "the regime change doctrine" in Libya, and called for restraint from foreign countries enforcing a no-fly zone.  Zuma said: "As South Africa we say no to the killing of civilians, no to the regime change doctrine and no to the foreign occupation of Libya"

And now this charming quote from a frenemy:

Vladimir Putin, Russian prime minister, said on Monday a UN resolution authorizing military action in Libya resembled "mediaeval calls for crusades" after Western forces launched a second wave of air strikes.

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