NOTTINGHAM - International
coalition forces operating in Libya should not stray beyond the
remit allowed under the United Nations resolution, British Prime
Minister David Cameron said on Thursday.
"It is very important we don't go beyond that in any way,"
Cameron said in a visit to an industrial site in central England
when asked if Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi was a legitimate
Cameron also said military action by the coalition had
"helped to avoid a slaughter" in Benghazi.