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TRIPOLI, Libya - Libya's transitional leaders swore on a Quran to uphold the ideals of the revolution that toppled Muammar Qaddafi as they took their oaths of office Thursday, another key step in the country's hoped-for march toward democracy.

The lineup of relative unknowns, almost all of them older men, will confront daunting challenges, like establishing control over the fractured nation after the ousting of Qaddafi's 42-year regime, along with building up state institutions practically from scratch.

Prime Minister Prime Minister Abdurrahim el-Keib took his vow before the transitional council's leader, Mustafa Abdel-Jalil. He then placed his hand on an ornately decorated Quran and swore to "remain loyal to the goals" of the revolution.

El-Keib said he and his ministers were "upbeat" and optimistic about leading Libya toward elections, scheduled to take place by next June.

"We are looking forward to having an exciting seven months ahead of us, with lots of things to do and hopefully good results," el-Keib told reporters after the ceremony.

One by one, the ministers took their oath before approaching Abdel-Jalil and shaking his hand. Some, moved by the symbolic moment, 고스톱사이트 also embraced him as they stood before two national flags.

The transitional Cabinet includes 24 ministers, though several, including the defense minister, were missing from Thursday's ceremony. The prime minister explained that they were out of Tripoli, some of them attending to personal preparations in their hometowns before taking up their new posts.

One member of the transitional council, Taher Diab, called it a historic moment and said the new leaders were "overjoyed."

"We are happy that we have arrived at this day after longs years of struggle," he told The Associated Press.

"The challenge is more than it was before," he said. "The rehabilitation of the country -- building Libya is not an easy task."

Escape guide behind capture of Qaddafi's sonQaddafi son Saif caught in S. Libya

But, he declared: "We are prepared for it."

El-Keib pledged to represent the interests of all Libyans in the country's struggle for unity.

"I am a son of all Libyans," he said. "I will represent everyone and share wealth with everyone."

Among the institutions that must be built is a justice system that will be able to put on trial two key members of the Qaddafi regime -- Saif al-Islam Qaddafi, the dictator's recently captured son and one-time heir-apparent, and the ex-intelligence chief, Abdullah al-Senoussi.

The International Criminal Court has charged them both with crimes against humanity for alleged atrocities committed during the recent civil war.

Libyan authorities insist that they be tried in Libya and not at the court in The Hague, Netherlands, a decision aimed at asserting their national authority. However, they have promised to work with the ICC and the United Nations in investigating the alleged crimes.

ICC prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo told The Associated Press on Thursday that the court received the formal pledge of cooperation in a letter from Abdul-Jalil.

Moreno-Ocampo said he was satisfied with that move, which appeared to settle a dispute between the international court and Libyan authorities over which body should try Saif al-Islam Qaddafi.

Moreno-Ocampo said the most important thing is for "face of the old regime" to face justice.

It "is very important for the world and for Libya to understand what happened here, how they attacked these people, how they killed these people," Moreno-Ocampo said.

He said investigations are under way into the alleged crimes committed by Qaddafi's son and that he believed it would be ready for trial in a few months.

Saif al-Islam was captured on Saturday and is being held by fighters from the Libyan town of Zintan, who flew him there after his arrest in the south. He appeared to be in good health despite a hand injury, according to the International Committee of the Red Cross, which visited him Tuesday. There have been concerns about his health, because his father was killed after being captured Oct. 20.

Officials with the NTC have reported that al-Senoussi, the former intelligence chief, has also been captured. But some later cast doubt on that assertion, and his whereabouts are not known.
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PESHAWAR, Pakistan - A NATO spokesperson told CBS News that it is "highly likely" that close air support provided by coalition forces in Kunar province this morning killed Pakistani soldiers.

Pakistan on Saturday accused NATO helicopters of firing on two army checkpoints in the country's northwest and killing 24 soldiers. (It was previously reported that 26 soldiers had been killed.)

The government retaliated by closing the border crossings used by the coalition to supply its troops in neighboring Afghanistan. Pakistan has also demanded that the U.S. vacate Shamsi Air Base in southwestern Baluchistan province (which the CIA is suspected of using to launch armed drones and observation aircraft) within 15 days.

Islamabad outlined the demand in a statement it sent to reporters following an emergency defense committee meeting chaired by Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani.

In a statement, Brigadier General Carsten Jacobson, spokesman for the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), told CBS News, "There was a joint Afghan-coalition operation in the very early hours of this morning in the eastern province of Kunar, close to the border with Pakistan. Air support was called in, and it is highly likely that this close air support killed Pakistani soldiers."

Admitting that the fatal incident has "far-reaching implications beyond the military aspect," Jacobson said an Investigation was underway into why close support was called in: "We need to have the technical proof of what was said at what time by whom to whom. Speed is not important, but we need to get the Pakistani side involved to find out what their involvement was," he said.

Pakistan blasts "unprovoked" NATO attacksPakistan: 26 dead in NATO helicopter attack

The White House says senior U.S. civilian and military officials have extended condolences to their Pakistani counterparts following the airstrike.

The unidentified officials also expressed a desire to work with Pakistan to investigate the deaths.

The White House statement did not address Pakistan's decision to block supply routes for the war in Afghanistan or its demand that the U.S. to vacate the base.

Meanwhile, the Obama administration is pledging to conduct a full investigation.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta in a joint statement on Saturday said they had each spoken to their Pakistani counterparts to express their condolences for 사설바둑이사이트 the loss of life.

The incident Friday night was a major blow to already strained relations between Islamabad and U.S.-led forces fighting in Afghanistan. It will add to perceptions in Pakistan that the American presence in the region is malevolent, and to resentment toward the weak government in Islamabad for its cooperation with Washington.

It comes a little over a year after a similar but less deadly strike, in which U.S. helicopters accidentally killed two Pakistani soldiers near the Afghan border, whom the pilots mistook for insurgents. Pakistan responded by closing the Torkham border crossing to NATO supplies for 10 days until the U.S. apologized.

On Saturday, Pakistan went further, closing both of the country's two border crossings into landlocked Afghanistan. NATO trucks about 30 percent of the non-lethal supplies used by its Afghan-based forces through Pakistan. A short stoppage will have no effect on the war effort, but it is a reminder of the leverage Pakistan has over the United States from the supply routes running through its territory.

NATO said it was an investigating an "incident" along the border.

"My most sincere and personal heartfelt condolences go out to the families and loved ones of any members of Pakistan security forces who may have been killed or injured," said Gen. John Allen, the top overall commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan in a statement.

Much of the violence in Afghanistan is carried out by insurgents that are based just across the border in Pakistan. Coalition forces are not allowed to cross the frontier to attack the militants. The militants however sometimes fire artillery and rockets across the line, reportedly from locations close to Pakistani army posts.

American officials have repeatedly accused Pakistani forces of supporting — or turning a blind eye — to militants using its territory for cross-border attacks. The border issue is the major source of tension between Islamabad and Washington, which wants to stabilize Afghanistan and withdraw its combat troops there by the end of 2014.

In a statement sent to reporters, the Pakistan military blamed NATO for Friday's attack in the Mohmand tribal area, saying the helicopters "carried out unprovoked and indiscriminate firing" but did not give figures for the dead and injured.

The attack killed 26 soldiers and wounded 14 others, said the governor of the northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Masood Kausar.

The helicopters attacked two checkpoints around 1,000 feet apart from each other, one of them twice, and two officers were among the dead, said a government official in Mohmand and a security official in Peshawar, the main city in Pakistan's northwest.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to talk to the media.

Ties between Washington and Islamabad had already taken an especially hard hit from the covert U.S. commando raid that killed Osama bin Laden in a Pakistani garrison town on May 2. The Pakistanis were outraged that they were not told about the operation beforehand, and now are angered even more than before by U.S. violations of the country's sovereignty.

"Any aggression on the (army) is an aggression against Pakistan," information minister Firdous Aashiq Awan told reporters. "We will not only protest, but we will prove through certain actions that the Pakistani government cannot tolerate this."

Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani said the government was complaining "in the strongest terms" to NATO and the U.S.

A Pakistani customs official told The Associated Press that he received verbal orders Saturday to stop all NATO supplies from crossing the border through Torkham in either direction. The operator of a terminal at the border where NATO trucks park before they cross confirmed the closure. They spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.

Saeed Ahmad, a spokesman for security forces at the other crossing in Chaman in southwest Pakistan, said that his crossing was also blocked following orders "from higher-ups."

The U.S., Pakistan, and Afghan militaries have long wrestled with the technical difficulties of patrolling a line that in many places is disputed or poorly marked.

Friday's incident took place on the same day as a meeting between NATO's Gen. Allen and Pakistan army chief Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani in Islamabad to discuss border operations.

The meeting tackled "coordination, communication and procedures between the Pakistan Army, ISAF (intelligence services) and (the) Afghan Army, aimed at enhancing border control on both sides," according to a statement from the Pakistani side.

The checkpoints that were attacked had been recently set up in Mohmand's Salala village by the army. They were intended to stop Pakistani Taliban militants holed up in Afghanistan from crossing the border and staging attacks, said two local government administrators, Maqsood Hasan and Hamid Khan.

The Pakistani military has blamed Pakistani Taliban militants and their allies for killing dozens of security forces in such cross-border attacks since the summer. Pakistan has criticized Afghan and foreign forces for not doing enough to stop the attacks, which it says have originated from the eastern Afghan provinces of Kunar and Nuristan. The U.S. has largely pulled out of these provinces, leaving the militants in effective control of many areas along the border.

The Afghan government blamed Pakistan for firing hundreds of rockets into eastern Afghanistan earlier this year that killed dozens of people. The Pakistan army has denied it intentionally fired rockets into Afghanistan, but acknowledged that several rounds fired at militants conducting cross-border attacks may have landed over the border.

The U.S. helicopter attack that killed two Pakistani soldiers on Sept. 30 of last year took place south of Mohmand in the Kurram tribal area. A joint U.S.-Pakistan investigation found that Pakistani soldiers fired at the two U.S. helicopters prior to the attack, a move the investigation team said was likely meant to notify the aircraft of their presence after they passed into Pakistani airspace several times.

Pakistan moved swiftly after the attack to close Torkham to NATO. Suspected militants took advantage of the impasse to launch attacks against stranded or rerouted trucks carrying NATO supplies.

Senior U.S. diplomatic and military officials eventually apologized for the attack, saying it could have been prevented with greater coordination between the U.S. and Pakistan. Pakistan responded by reopening the border crossing.
China's economy had been flying high thanks to consumers in America and Europe, but with sales slumping here, manufacturers in China are hurting.

CBS News correspondent Celia Hatton reports that, one southern China city, in the past ten months, 450 companies have been forced to close down.

Factory owner Xie Jun is chain smoking his way through the worst year of business he's ever seen.

The U.S. slowdown has hit his small factory more than 6,400 miles away in Dongguan, China. Xie Jun's factory used to turn out $1 million worth of iPad covers and cell phone accessories every year, but not anymore. Orders from Xie's most important customer - the US - are down 70 percent.

If the next two months are no good, the workers will have to leave, he said.

"We won't go under, but we'll stop production. We can't continue like this," Xie Jun said through a translator.

Xie Jun has already laid off 70 people. That's more than half his workforce, and still he's losing $50,000 a month.

A slump in orders from American and European stores means Chinese factories are working at their slowest rate in almost 3 years.

Many were looking to China - the world's second largest economy behind the US - as an economic superstar that would pull the rest of the world out of the global recession. But China has its own problems since it's dependent on exports for growth - a harsh reality for entrepreneurs like Xie Jun.

Some factories have closed, some owners are selling their machines. Everyone talks about how bad business is this year, he says.

Factory owners will soon face even more problems. The minimum wage is going up, adding to the costs of production. And that means that American shoppers will soon pay more for 먹튀 커뮤니티 many things stamped "Made in China."

"It feels like there's no improvement in sight," Xie said. "I have no idea how we'll recover."

Xie Jun's not expecting orders from the U.S. to ever return to what they once were. China -- the country once known as the "world's factory" -- is now looking at a very different future.
Any parent who’s ever had to drag a groggy teen out of bed in the morning would likely agree with new guidelines that say kids should start school later in the morning.

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (ASSM) now recommends that middle and high schools should start classes no earlier than 8:30 a.m., so that teens get enough sleep during the week.

Delaying the school day would help reduce tardiness, improve attendance and boost driving safety. A later start time would also ensure that teens are more alert and ready to learn throughout the day, 해적게임주소 the AASM explained.

"Early school start times make it difficult for adolescents to get sufficient sleep on school nights, and chronic sleep loss among teens is associated with a host of problems, including poor school performance, increased depressive symptoms, and motor vehicle accidents," guideline author and former AASM president Dr. Nathaniel Watson said in a news release from the group.

"Starting school at 8:30 a.m. or later gives teens a better opportunity to get the sufficient sleep they need to learn and function at their highest level," he said.

The AASM recommendations advise that teens between the ages of 13 and 18 routinely get eight to 10 hours of sleep a night to promote good health and well being.

But most teens in the United States don’t meet those standards, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency reports that more than two-thirds of high school students get no more than seven hours of sleep on school nights during the week.

The AASM pointed out that early school start times interfere with young people’s natural sleep cycle. The group cautions this chronic sleep loss may contribute to:

Sleep-deprived teens are also more likely to be involved in car accidents, the AASM warned.

But studies show that a one-hour delay to the school day is associated with a 16.5 percent drop in crash rates. The AASM listed other benefits linked to later class start times for teens, including:

The AASM added that teens should avoid using electronic devices before going to bed or during the night, because these can disrupt sleep.

The AASM guidelines were published April 15 in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.
China, long a holdout against fresh international penalties against Iran, signaled its willingness to consider a United Nations Security Council sanctions resolution, the officials said.

Speaking at the U.N., Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the officials had "accurately described" the position of the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany. She did not elaborate but said the group, known as the "P5-plus-one," was unified.

"There will be a great deal of further consultation, not only among the P5-plus-one but other members of the Security Council and other member nations during the next weeks," she told reporters.

China's change of position improves prospects for passing a resolution aimed at pressuring Iran to scale back its nuclear ambitions, which Tehran insists are limited to developing nuclear power for peaceful purposes.

President Barack Obama had said Tuesday he hoped to have Iran sanctions in place within weeks - a timetable that appeared highly ambitious given China's previous reluctance to even discuss specific sanctions. China had insisted that negotiation with Iran needed to be pursued.

On Wednesday, however, two U.S. officials said that in a phone call among officials from the U.S., 바카라사이트 Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany, the Chinese representative said his country was prepared to discuss specific potential sanctions.

The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because the diplomatic talks are ongoing.

One of the officials said China had made a "commitment" to discuss the specifics of a Security Council resolution, and that on that basis the U.S. would press ahead with an effort to pass such a measure. The officials cautioned that this does not mean there is yet a full consensus on U.N. sanctions.

The Obama administration is hoping to get a U.N. resolution by the end of April. Clinton has not publicly cited a specific timetable but in recent days has sounded more optimistic about the chances of getting China to agree that new penalties are needed to force Iran's hand.

"We happen to think that action in the Security Council is part of negotiation and diplomacy that can perhaps get the attention of the Iranian leadership," she said.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, speaking to reporters after meeting with Obama at the White House on Tuesday, said Washington and Paris were "inseparable" in their thinking on the subject of Iran sanctions.

"Iran cannot continue its mad race" toward acquiring nuclear weapons," Sarkozy said. "The time has come to take decisions."
WASHINGTON - The family of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who vanished years ago in Iran, issued a plea to his kidnappers Friday and, for the first time, released a hostage video they received from his unidentified captors.

Cannon Beach, OR, USAThe video message released on the Levinson family's website publicly transformed the mysterious disappearance into an international hostage standoff. Despite a lengthy investigation, however, the U.S. government has no evidence of who is holding the 63-year-old father of seven.

"Please tell us your demands so we can work together to bring my father home safely," says Levinson's son David, seated beside his mother, Christine.

Ex-FBI agent who vanished in Iran: "Help me"

In an interview with CNN, Christine Levinson said the family has tried repeatedly since receiving the tape last year to contact those holding her husband, but have received no response.

In the hostage video, which the family received in November 2010, Levinson pleaded with the U.S. government to meet the demands of the people holding him, whom he did not identify.

The 54-second hostage video showed Levinson looking haggard but unharmed, sitting in front of what appeared to be a concrete wall. He had lost considerable weight, particularly in his face, and 카지노사이트 his white shirt hung off him. There were no signs of recent mistreatment. But Levinson, who has a history of diabetes and high blood pressure, implored the U.S. to help him quickly.

"I have been treated well. But I need the help of the United States government to answer the requests of the group that has held me for three and a half years," Levinson says. "And please help me get home."

His voice weakens and breaks as he speaks of "my beautiful, my loving, my loyal wife, Christine," as well as his children and his grandson.

"I am not in very good health," he says. "I am running very quickly out of diabetes medicine."

The Associated Press saw the video soon after it arrived last year but did not immediately report it because the U.S. government said doing so would complicate diplomatic efforts to bring Levinson home.

Now, those efforts appear to have stalled, U.S. relations with Iran have worsened and Levinson's family has stepped out of diplomatic channels to appeal directly to the kidnappers.

"We are not part of any government and we are not experts on the region," David Levinson says. "No one can help us but you. Please help us."

In the nearly five years that Levinson has been missing, the U.S. government has never had solid intelligence about what happened to him. Levinson had been retired from the FBI for years and was working as a private investigator when he traveled to the Iran in March 2007. His family has said an investigation into cigarette smuggling brought him to Kish, a resort island where Americans need no visa to visit.

The prevailing U.S. government theory had been that Levinson was arrested by Iranian intelligence officials to be interrogated and used as a bargaining chip in negotiations with Washington. But as every lead fizzled and Iran repeatedly denied any involvement in his disappearance, many in the U.S. government believed Levinson was probably dead.

The surprise arrival of the video, followed by a series of photographs, quickly changed that view. But they did little to settle the question of his whereabouts. The video, in fact, contained tantalizing clues suggesting Levinson was not being held in Iran at all, but rather in Pakistan, hundreds of miles from where he disappeared. The photographs, which arrived a few months after the video, contained hints that Levinson might be in Afghanistan, according to several U.S. officials, who insisted on anonymity to discuss the sensitive case.

The video prompted Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to announce publicly in March that Levinson was alive and urged the Iranians to help find him. Though the legacy of the 1979 hostage standoff with Iran looms over all relations between the two countries, Clinton did not refer to Levinson as a hostage in March and she softened the U.S. rhetoric toward Tehran.

The video also helped initiate a series of discreet discussions between U.S. and Iranian officials, conversations that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in September were producing good results.

Not long after Clinton's remarks, the Levinson family received a series of photos of Levinson dressed in an orange prison jumpsuit like the ones worn by detainees at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. In these photos, Levinson's hair and beard were much longer and he looked thinner.

In each photo, he wore a different sign hung around his neck. One read, "Why you can not help me."

Investigators determined that the video was routed through an Internet address in Pakistan, suggesting that Levinson might be held there. CBS News' analysis of the music suggests it could be of Brahawi or Baloch origin, both of which belong to cultures common in the province of Balochistan, which borders Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

The photos, however, traced back to a different Internet address, this one in Afghanistan.

Authorities don't know whether those clues mean Levinson was being held in Balochistan — a rugged, arid region that spans parts of Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan — or perhaps in the lawless tribal region along the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan. These areas are home to terrorists, militant groups and criminal organizations.

None of these groups has a clear motive for picking up Levinson. But an American hostage, particularly one who used to work for the U.S. government, would be considered a valuable commodity to any of them.

Over the past year, the hopefulness that initially followed the arrival of the video has faded. The meetings with the Iranians have not provided a breakthrough and U.S. officials said the government was no longer as optimistic about the future of those talks.

"We don't know what else to do," David Levinson says in the video released Friday. "Please tell us what you want."

Some U.S. officials believe the Iranian government routed the video through Pakistan as a way to blame Levinson's disappearance on someone else — most likely the anti-Iran terrorist group Jundallah. But as with every other possibility, the U.S. has no proof.

The video was accompanied by a demand that the U.S. release prisoners, but officials said the United States is not holding anyone matching the names on the list. It's possible some of them may have been held by the Pakistani government at one point, but officials say the demand doesn't offer any indication of who might be holding Levinson and there's been no more communication about it.

U.S. authorities have repeatedly analyzed the video and the apparently scripted remarks Levinson made, looking for clues.

For instance, Levinson said a "group" had held him for three and a half years, a word choice that could suggest a criminal organization or terrorist group, rather than a government. And he said he had been held "here" for that time, suggesting he had not been moved.

Levinson's dire warning about his diabetes medication is perplexing. He vanished years ago. Whoever is holding him must have had access to diabetes medicine at one point. Was he running out of medication because he was moved somewhere else? Or was it simply intended to add even more urgency for the U.S.?

Relations with Iran, meanwhile, have worsened. The Justice Department recently accused Iranian intelligence agents of plotting to assassinate Saudi Arabia's ambassador in Washington. Then a United Nations watchdog released a report warning of Iran's nuclear ambitions, prompting the United States and its Western allies to issue new sanctions against Iran's financial system.

Most recently, a high-tech, stealth CIA drone was captured by Iranian officials while on a surveillance mission over Iran. The embarrassing mishap put sophisticated technology in Iranian hands and provided public evidence of the kind of spying that's been long suspected.

The one bright spot in Washington's relationship with Tehran was the release of two American hikers from an Iranian prison in September. The U.S. worked behind the scenes to secure that release but officials said Levinson was not part of those discussions.

"All I want is for our family to be whole again," Christine Levinson said in the video, in a message directed toward her husband. "We love you. We miss you every day. We will not abandon you."
China, long a holdout against fresh international penalties against Iran, signaled its willingness to consider a United Nations Security Council sanctions resolution, the officials said.

Speaking at the U.N., 스포츠 토토 승부 식 Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the officials had "accurately described" the position of the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany. She did not elaborate but said the group, known as the "P5-plus-one," was unified

r>"There will be a great deal of further consultation, not only among the P5-plus-one but other members of the Security Council and other member nations during the next weeks," she told reporters

r>China's change of position improves prospects for passing a resolution aimed at pressuring Iran to scale back its nuclear ambitions, which Tehran insists are limited to developing nuclear power for peaceful purposes

r>President Barack Obama had said Tuesday he hoped to have Iran sanctions in place within weeks - a timetable that appeared highly ambitious given China's previous reluctance to even discuss specific sanctions. China had insisted that negotiation with Iran needed to be pursued

r>On Wednesday, however, two U.S. officials said that in a phone call among officials from the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany, the Chinese representative said his country was prepared to discuss specific potential sanctions

r>The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because the diplomatic talks are ongoing

r>One of the officials said China had made a "commitment" to discuss the specifics of a Security Council resolution, and that on that basis the U.S. would press ahead with an effort to pass such a measure. The officials cautioned that this does not mean there is yet a full consensus on U.N. sanctions

r>The Obama administration is hoping to get a U.N. resolution by the end of April. Clinton has not publicly cited a specific timetable but in recent days has sounded more optimistic about the chances of getting China to agree that new penalties are needed to force Iran's hand

r>"We happen to think that action in the Security Council is part of negotiation and diplomacy that can perhaps get the attention of the Iranian leadership," she said

r>French President Nicolas Sarkozy, speaking to reporters after meeting with Obama at the White House on Tuesday, said Washington and Paris were "inseparable" in their thinking on the subject of Iran sanctions

r>"Iran cannot continue its mad race" toward acquiring nuclear weapons," Sarkozy said. "The time has come to take decisions."
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NEW YORK (CBS) "Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi is facing a custody battle from the father of her young daughter.

Adam Dell, the brother of Dell computer founder Michael Dell, filed suit on Tuesday in Manhattan Supreme Court for custody of 11-month old Krishna Thea Lakshmi.

TMZ.com reported Wednesday that under an out-of-court agreement, Dell currently has visitation rights to see his daughter nine days a month. Sources say that agreement is in effect until Feb. 20, when Krishna turns 1.



Both Dell, 41, and Lakshmi, 바둑이 40, were discussing a custody arrangement to take effect after their daughter's birthday, but the negotiations recently fell apart, according to the report.

>Dell's lawyer, Bill Zabel, confirmed the filing to the New York Post and said in a statement: "Adam Dell, above all else, wants to have an active and substantial role in the upbringing of his daughter with Padma Lakshmi. Unfortunately, Ms. Lakshmi has severely limited his time with their daughter and has refused to negotiate a reasonable co-parenting agreement. Mr. Dell has tried his best to avoid going to court, but Ms. Lakshmi has given him no other choice at this time."

>Sources told the paper that Lakshmi and Dell's agreement allows him to see his daughter for seven hours a week, but that it's complicated by her filming and travel commitments.

>Sources close to Dell also told the paper that he has to deal with his ex's lawyers and assistant to arrange times to see his daughter. One source said, "Adam does not want to take the baby away from her. He hopes this will result in a reasonable co-parenting agreement."

>Dell is also said to be seeking to be named on Krishna's birth certificate and have her take his surname along with Lakshmi's, according to the report.

>A rep for Lakshmi told the Post, "It appears to us that Mr. Dell remains more interested in garnering media attention than working out details to see Krishna or in her welfare."
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