Arab League to reject military intervention in Libya

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March 1, 2011 21:24

 
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The Arab League is set to vote on a draft resolution opposing foreign military intervention in Libya, an official source said Tuesday, according to an Associated Press report.

Foreign ministers of the League are scheduled to meet in Cairo on Wednesday to vote on the proposal.

Ahmed bin Heli, the deputy secretary-general of the Arab league said Tuesday that the resolution will also call for Libya's unity, will approve transferring aid to the North African country, and will back the creation of a fact-finding mission, AP reported.

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