Libya's Gaddafi rules out talks with rebels

July 21, 2011 23:12


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SIRTE, Libya - Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Thursday ruled out any negotiations with rebels on the future of the North African nation.

"I will not speak to them. There will not be any talks between me and them until Judgment Day," he said, addressing a rally in his support in his home town of Sirte, east of the capital Tripoli. Foreign journalists were taken there by the Libyan government on an official trip.

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