July 28, 2011
Britain now officially recognizes Libya’s rebels as the legitimate government, and has expelled Colonel Gaddafi’s diplomats. It’s also unfreezing 150 million dollars of Libyan oil assets to help fund the rebels. Tripoli insists it will not enter peace talks to end the four-months-long civil war until NATO stops its air strikes. UN talks with the rebels in Benghazi also making little progress towards a ceasefire. RT gets some insight on this from Jeremy Corbyn, who is a British opposition MP and peace campaigner.
This article was posted: Thursday, July 28, 2011 at 2:52 am