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Attacks on Libya causing divisions among coalition members

Tuesday, March 22nd 2011 - 08:44 UTC
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The international military campaign in Libya has created apparent divisions between coalition leaders carrying out the UN-sanctioned operation and other world powers. Read full article

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  • briton

    their is always a fly in the soup, always one to watch, in steps Vladimir Putin, the iron man, ex KGB , been there done it got the tea shirt, a man never to turn your back on. he smiles to the cameras, then sends in troops to his neighbours to deal with trouble, some say it is not wise to dismiss this man so quickly, a wolf in sheep’s clothing,
    I just hope our Mr Cameron has eyes in the back of his head, he may well need them ??

    Mar 22nd, 2011 - 01:46 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Redhoyt

    “To me, it resembles some sort of medieval call to crusade when someone would appeal to someone to go to a certain place and free someone else.”

    Hmmm, he has a short memory. What about South Ossetia when Russia did much the same in 2008?

    Mar 22nd, 2011 - 03:03 pm - Link - Report abuse 0
  • Typhoon

    Let us not forget that the Soviets and the Russians have supplied most of Gaddafi's military equipment. This will be an enormous embarrassment to Putin as “the West” proves what a load of crap his country produces. Has any Soviet/Russian armoured vehicle survived “Western” strikes? Nope. Has any Soviet/Russian aircraft even dared take off? Nope.

    “To me, it resembles some sort of medieval call to crusade”. Not a bad idea. The Crusades were wars against the encroachment of war-hungry Islam.

    But it's OK, South America. Real nations will carry on doing what is necessary, while you carry on being gay.

    Mar 23rd, 2011 - 03:48 pm - Link - Report abuse 0

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