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Libyan Crisis: UN-Backed Libyan Prime Minister Angered By "Silence" Of His International Allies

Fighting in Libya has increased, more people are dying, and there is more and more destruction. And the Prime Minister has condemned the silence of his allies. But why worry about what the international community is saying?

Libyan Crisis: UN-Backed Libyan Prime Minister Angered By "Silence" Of His International Allies
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