LONDON - British Foriegn Secretary William Hague said the defection of Libya's former Foreign Secretary Moussa Koussa to Britain would encourage others close to Muammar Gaddafi to abandon the Libyan leader.
He said Koussa, who flew into a British military airbase on Thursday, had not been offered any immunity from British or international prosecution and was voluntarily talking to British officials.
"Gaddafi must be asking himself who will be the next to abandon him," Hague told a news conference.
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