I'm not aware of any reports that Depleted Uranium (DU) is being used in the Libyan bombing. But regardless, it's worth being aware of its consequences and that it's still in use by the United States military.
I found this at
the International Coalition to Ban Uranium Weapons website.
Quote:Statement on the potential use of depleted uranium in Libya
At the time of writing there is no definitive evidence that depleted uranium munitions have been used in joint US, UK, French and Italian attacks on Libya. However there is potential for them to be used and ICBUW reminds belligerents of their obligations under IHL.
21 March 2011 - ICBUW
ICBUW is concerned that the current use of US Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier ground attack aircraft could lead to DU contamination should their cannon be deployed against ground targets. ICBUW is also concerned that the potential for contamination may increase significantly as the conflict develops if US Air Force A-10 Thunderbolt ground attack aircraft are deployed.
The majority of platforms that fire DU are land-based, although some air and sea-based platforms have also been developed. The only air-based platforms currently in service with the countries currently involved in the conflict are the US A-10 Thunderbolt and the AV-8B Harrier.
It goes on to list more specifics about which weapons and aircraft using DU could be involved in the bombing.
This is one of many articles
that reviews the horrible crime committed against Iraq (and possibly US soldiers) by the use of DU. It doesn't include pictures. I can't look at the horrible pictures of deformed babies even long enough to find a link and post it.