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Muammar Gaddafi could stay in Libya, William Hague concedes | The Guardian

Britain is prepared to agree to a political settlement in Libya that would see Muammar Gaddafi remain in the country after relinquishing his hold on power, the foreign secretary, William Hague, has said.

As British aircraft step up the bombing against Gaddafi’s security and intelligence apparatus before the arrival of Ramadan on 1 August, Hague said the focus should be on ensuring that the Libyan leader leaves power.

Read more here: Muammar Gaddafi could stay in Libya, William Hague concedes | World news | The Guardian.

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