S. Africa's Zuma arrives in Tripoli for talks with Gaddafi

By REUTERS
May 30, 2011 14:55

 
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TRIPOLI - South African President Jacob Zuma arrived in Tripoli on Monday for talks with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, a meeting some hope could help find a solution to the violence in the country.

Zuma walked down the red carpet at Tripoli's airport to meet assembled dignitaries to the sound of a band and children chanting "We want Gaddafi!" in English, while waving Libyan flags and pictures of the leader. There was no sign of Gaddafi.

Fighting broke out in February between forces loyal to Gaddafi and rebels, chiefly in the east of Libya, seeking to depose him. NATO later intervened in the conflict under a UN mandate to protect civilians from Gaddafi's forces.

The UN Security Council voted in March to authorize a no-fly zone over Libya and "all necessary measures" -- code for military action -- to protect civilians against Gaddafi's army.

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