From NBC's Andrea Mitchell
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton just told a House hearing that the U.S. should not take unilateral military steps in Libya. Clinton cautioned against doing anything without international participation and warned that no-fly zones in Iraq and Kosovo did not lead to the ouster of dictators there.
"I'm one of those who believe absent international cooperation the U.S. stepping into this could have unforseen consequences," she said.
She added, "We had a no-fly zone over Iraq. It did not prevent Saddam Hussein from bombing his civilians and it did not get him out of office. We had a no-fly zone over Serbia: it still took 78 days of bombing to get Milosevic out of office."