Libyan leader picks intel. chief to talk to east

By REUTERS
February 28, 2011 17:39

 
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CAIRO - Muammar Gaddafi has appointed the head of Libya's foreign intelligence service to speak to the leadership of the eastern region, which is no longer under the Libyan leader's control, Al-Jazeera television reported.




Monday's television report, which quoted one of Al Jazeera's correspondents, named the head of the foreign intelligence service as Bouzaid Dordah.




A spokesman for the newly formed National Libyan Council, based in the eastern city of Benghazi and which has described itself as the face of the revolution, said on Sunday he saw no room for negotiation with Gaddafi.



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