Obama, Cameron pledge to keep up pressure on Libya

By REUTERS
May 24, 2011 04:47

 
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LONDON - The leaders of the United States and Britain pledged on Tuesday to keep up the pressure on Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi until he fully complied with United Nations resolutions.

Responding to the revolts sweeping the Arab world, US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron said in a joint article in The Times newspaper that they would not stand by as protesters' aspirations were "crushed in a hail of bombs, bullets and mortar fire."

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