Gaddafi Accepts road map to peace

Gaddafi Accepts road map to peace

Şabrātah : Libya | Apr 10, 2011 at 2:48 PM PDT
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According to South African President Jacob Zuma , a road map to peace which has proposed by the African Union has been accepted by Colonel Gaddafi.

President Zuma announced it after a meeting with Gaddafi and the representatives of five countries of Africa.

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Gaddafi Accepts road map to peace
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