U.N. Concerned About Libyan Arms

The United Nations Security Council said Tuesday they are “concerned” over the massive weapons stockpile built up under dictator Muammar Gaddafi—and especially worried the arsenal could fall into the hands of al Qaeda or other militants. Many weapons have already been destroyed by the NATO mission, which officially ended Tuesday at midnight, but it’s unclear how many weapons are left—and whose hands they are in. Many of the weapons are old Soviet-style rockets, which continue to pose a threat to aircraft. Fifteen U.S. explosives experts are on the ground in Libya, and as many as 100 may be needed as the number of inspection sites continues to expand.