News of the world: Libyan envoys abroad for talks, revisiting Riyadh, “three cups” tempest in a tea cup?

Laura Rozen

• Muammar Gadhafi's envoy is in Morocco for talks. (Reuters)

• Libyan rebel Transitional National Council chairman Mustafa Jalil is in Qatar, Italy, and France for talks. (AFP; Qatar News Agency)

• West faces hard choices on Libya. (Reuters)

• Revisiting U.S. National Security Adviser Tom Donilon's meetings with Saudi King Abdullah, Prince Bandar in Riyadh. (Simon Henderson/Foreign Policy)

• Saudi Arabia alleged to recruit Pakistani fighters to quell unrest in Bahrain. (Pakistan's The News)

• Pakistan tests short-range, nuclear-capable missile. (AFP)

• Can nonviolent resistance work in Iran? (Karim Sadjadpour/Foreign Policy)

• Will Istanbul be split in two? (Guardian)

• Why State Department spokesman P.J. Crowley went rogue. (Politico)

• Pakistan-based journalist argues that the Three Cups of Tea exposé is weak. (Daniel Glick)

• Dancing Romanian politician leaves Fox anchor speechless. (Gawker)

(U.S. National Security Advisor Tom Donilon meets with Saudi King Abdullah in Riyadh on April 12, 2011.: Saudi Press Agency)