British Foreign secretary urges int'l pressure on Gaddafi

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 24, 2011 11:52

 
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British Foreign Secretary William Hague said on BBC Radio 4 that he urged the international community Thursday to exert pressure on Muammar Gaddafi as the Libyan leader's hold on power within his country appeared to be slipping, Reuters reported.

Hague stated that the "odds are stacking heavily against him," and that it is on the international community to put heavy pressure on the regime who is "by all accounts now committing serious offenses." He added that "we will be looking for wars to hold to account people who are responsible for these things."

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