Obama spoke with Jordan's Abdullah about Libya
RIO DE JANEIRO
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - President Barack Obama spoke with Jordan's King Abdullah on Sunday and the two agreed on the need for a broad coalition taking action against Libya, a top Obama aide said.
White House National Security Adviser Tom Donilon told reporters about the telephone call during a briefing in Brazil, where Obama was traveling.
(Reporting by Alister Bull and Caren Bohan; Editing by Christopher Wilson)
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