Turkey wants Libya ceasefire, opposes intervention

ISTANBUL - Turkey called for an immediate ceasefire in Libya on Friday and said it opposed foreign military intervention in the conflict.
The Turkish prime minister's office said in a statement that a UN Security Council decision authorising military action there was binding on all countries, but said a peaceful solution to the conflict should be found. Turkey, the only Muslim member of the NATO alliance, has repeatedly spoken out against foreign military intervention in Libya.