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Kuwait donates 123 million for Gaddafi's opponents

al Kuwayt : Kuwait | Apr 24, 2011 at 7:18 PM PDT
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Kuwait has donated 123 million euros for Gaddafi's opponents , Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed Sabah al Salem al Sabah, announced that Kuwait would "provide substantial and urgent humanitarian aid with the Transitional Sun

This money will help the National Transitional Council to pay a portion of the salaries of employees, the transitional council leader Mustafa Abdel Jelil said on Sunday in Kuwait.

France, Gambia, Italy and Qatar have so far been the only countries that have recognized the National Transitional Council as the legitimate government of Libya.

For even proclaimed their victory over the forces of dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi was short lived! On Sunday, burned again in heavy fighting in the city Misrata: The bloody battle continues.

At least two people were killed by missiles of the government troops, said a local resident.

Contrary to previous information said the Libyan Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Kaim, the government troops would be out of the east about 200 kilometers not withdrawn from Tripoli-based town. "You have just uploaded their operations."

In the next 48 hours should the native tribes to be given time to find a "peaceful solution".

The military spokesman of the opposition National Transitional Council, Bani Omar, described the announcement as a "trick". Gaddafi play a "really bad game," he said AFP. His troops had withdrawn rather behind the front line and were preparing for new attacks.

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