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    Libya rebels welcome AU's 'Gaddafi-free' talks offer(edited)

    BBC News - Libya rebels welcome AU's 'Gaddafi-free' talks offer
    Libyan rebel leaders have welcomed an African Union offer to open talks with the government in Tripoli without the direct involvement of Muammar Gaddafi.

    The offer of talks without Col Gaddafi's involvement followed intense debates between African leaders at the summit over two days.

    The AU also called for an immediate ceasefire and the lifting of the UN no-fly zone which paved the way for Nato's military intervention.

    It said both parties should formally request the deployment of a UN peacekeeping mission in Libya to monitor the implementation of a cessation of hostilities.
    Wow, best thing that has happened in a while. I believe this a step in the right direction.
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    Re: Ghadaffi Free Peace Talks

    Interesting. Look at this article I saw dated the day before yours. Nasty threats, and his daughter says he is in negotiations with the rebels. Who knows what is really going on??

    A Militant Gadhafi Threatens to Target European ‘Homes, Offices, Families’ | Breaking news and opinion on The Blaze
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