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Tripoli : Libya | Mar 23, 2011 at 4:42 AM PDT
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Gaddafi gave a speech on his TV station stating the attacks are in breach of the United Nation Charter.

He further said that the attacks were made by a "bunch of fascists" and he will beat them in the short term and he will beat them in the long term.

Mr Obama trying to achieve an agreement with David Cameron for Nato having the key role but the alliance agreement was on an international level.

Nato's ambassador in Brussels has, so far, not agreed to this new development.

France warned it would or might anger the Arab countries which so far are their main support. Furthermore, France pointed out that it lessen the agreement of the international census of the no-fly zone..

Turkey, part of the alliance, pointed out that the air strikes and missiles strikes by Britain, France and US were not in agreement of the UN mandate.

Britain is trying to make sure it has the Arab support and David Cameron met Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al Faisal who had expressed his strong support.

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