US backs Al Qaeda, cannot accept defeat in Libya

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The U.S., along with more than 30 other nations, has decided to recognize Libya’s rebels as the legitimate government of the country. The Libyan Contact Group, convening in Turkey, has also urged Colonel Gaddafi to give up power. Dr. Franklin Lamb – a director of an organisation called Americans Concerned for Middle East Peace – says it’s just another dangerous case of the U.S. misjudging an ally.

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On the ground in Libya: ‘NATO is destroying our country’, Joanne Moriarty

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