Hugo Chavez condemns Libya airstrikes as 'madness'
By IAN JAMES
Mar 20, 9:22 PM EDT
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez condemned what he called "indiscriminate bombing" by the U.S. and its allies in Libya, saying Sunday that the assault is unjustified and will only unleash more bloodshed.
Cuba's government also criticized the attacks and called for the conflict to be resolved through negotiation.
Chavez said the U.S. is after Libya's oil, and warned President Barack Obama not to try any similar intervention in the South American country. "With Venezuela, don't even think about it, Mr. Obama," he said.
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