Spokesman: Three more countries recognize Libya rebels

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May 5, 2011 14:23

 
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ROME - Spain, Denmark and the Netherlands have joined Italy and France in recognizing the Transitional National Council of rebels fighting to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi, a rebel spokesman said on Thursday.

Mahmoud Shammam told reporters at a meeting of an international anti-Gaddafi coalition that the cash-strapped rebels only had enough funds to pay for their immediate needs in food, public salaries and medicine until the end of May.

They needed $2-3 billion dollars in urgent funding, he said.

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