Monday, August 29, 2011

Rebels reject dialogue with Gadhafi

The situation in Libya seems to indicate that the rebels and no one stops them in their mission to rid the regime of Moammar Gadhafi. So much so that the head of state would almost have finished your options to find a way out: a call to negotiate without success and setting in motion of a mobile ballistic missile launcher Frog 7, neutralized by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO ), while 18 ships undertake the work of unloading the first humanitarian assistance.

Officials of the National Transitional Council said that the war will continue until it dies or is captured Gadhafi and insist that he, his son Saif al-Islam and his chief of espionage should be tried in Libya, but they are required by the International Criminal Court  for crimes against humanity.

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