NATO's Rasmussen: no info on Gaddafi's whereabouts

By REUTERS
September 7, 2011 18:19

 
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PRAGUE - NATO has no information on the whereabouts of Libya's Muammar Gaddafi, the head of the western alliance said on Wednesday.

"I have no information whatsoever about his whereabouts, and let me add to that, he is not a target of NATO operations," Anders Fogh Rasmussen said after meeting Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas in Prague.

He also said he hoped that NATO member Turkey and US ally Israel could find ways to ease tension between them, which has risen following a decision by Turkey to freeze defense trade and step up naval patrols in the eastern Mediterranean.

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