Daily Archives: September 15, 2011

Cameron praises Libya NTC but ‘hardest part’ ahead

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has praised Libya’s interim authority for the way it has established control over the country, but warned that the “hardest part” was still to come. Mr Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy are on a … Continue reading

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Red Cross: 13 Libya mass graves found

GENEVA — The International Committee of the Red Cross says at least 13 mass graves have been found in Libya over the past three weeks. The Geneva-based Red Cross says its staff assisted in the recovery of 125 bodies found … Continue reading

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Gratitude and a security lockdown greet Sarkozy and Cameron on their trip to #Libya, David Smith reports from Tripoli

Gratitude and a security lockdown greet Sarkozy and Cameron on their trip to #Libya, David Smith reports from Tripoli (mp3)

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Cameron and Sarkozy visit Tripoli

UK PM David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy are in Libya, the most senior Western leaders to visit since Muammar Gaddafi was ousted. Their countries were at the forefront of Nato’s Libyan operation. They will meet National Transitional Council … Continue reading

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September 15th Updates

New York: London: Tripoli: 22:42 Ben Wedeman tweets: “Revolutionary fighters make it to Qadhafi intel chief Abdallah Sanousi’s farm on outskirts of Al-Gira, southern.” 22:41 Guma el-Gamaty tweets: “Breaking Libya Misrata FF entered Sirte took airport & dubai street areas. … Continue reading

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