... "In a few hours two French planes will leave for Benghazi on behalf of the French government with doctors, nurses, medical equipment and medicine," Prime Minister Fillon said in an interview with France's RTL radio - referring to the eastern Libyan town that has been at the centre of the Libyan uprising and is now in opposition hands.
"This will be the start of a massive humanitarian aid operation to the populations of liberated areas," he declared.
He said France had not ruled out backing a Nato-enforced "no-fly zone" over Libya - one way it has been suggested that foreign governments could help defend Libyan rebels against the remaining air power of Col Muammar Gaddafi. ...
via BBC News - Criticism-hit France sends aid to Libya opposition.
Interesting times. I believe China has deals for resources with countries like Libya where the West does not.