News of the World: Gbagbo arrested; Israel FM indictment imminent; Libya rebels cool on cease-fire plan

Laura Rozen

Ivory Coast's Laurent Gbagbo has been arrested, after French special forces seized him and handed over to opposition. (Associated Press; BBC)

Obama to meet with his national security team on Libya at 11:30 a.m. (White House)

South Africa's Jacob Zuma said Col. Moammar Gadhafi accepts African Union-proposed Libya cease-fire road-map, but rebels refuse plan that doesn't make way for Gadhafi, sons to leave power. (Washington Post)

NATO Secretary General says military action alone won't solve the Libya crisis. (Washington Post)

While the French are pleased with France's leadership role on Libya,  President Nicolas Sarkozy continues to sink in polls. (Wall Street Journal)

France burqa ban goes into effect. (Reuters)

Israel's Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman expected to be indicted shortly for graft. (Haaretz)

Israel and Hamas consider cease-fire amid escalation of rocket attacks, retaliation. (New York Times)

Israel ruled out a military option on Iran in 2005, cables show.  (Haaretz)

Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad demotes his chief of staff Esfandiar Rahim Meshaie. (Los Angeles Times)

(Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi, between Congo's President Denis Sassou-Nguesso, left, and Mauritania President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, during a meeting with African leaders to find a road map to a cease fire in Tripoli, Libya Sunday, April 10, 2011.: Pier Paolo Cito/AP)