» 07/01/2011, 00.00
Del Boca: French weapons for rebels will not solve Libyan stalemate
Russia and the African Union criticize Paris for the supply of arms to opposition to Gaddafi. NATO bombing continues; scarce drugs and supplies in hospitals in Benghazi. Nasser's daughter speaks of negotiations. Expert in Libya an accord could be reached if both parties are left free of current "foreign interference".
Bishop of Tripoli bombs and weapons are useless and divide the country. Find a way to communicate with Gaddafi
African Union and Russia meet in Moscow to find a peaceful solution to the crisis in Libya. Hundreds of thousands demonstrate in favour of Gaddafi in Tripoli and other cities. Wrong to financially and militarily support Benghazi rebels.
Libya surrenders Bani Walid. Gaddafi maybe in Niger
The NTC has reaches a deal to enter the city in the hands of loyalists without a fight. A convoy of over two hundred military vehicles passes into Agadez in northern Niger overnight. Persistent rumours indicate Gaddafi and his son Saif al-Islam on board.
Msgr Martinelli: weekly Mass sign of hope among bombs and fighting
This morning, hundreds attended the Eucharistic celebration in the church of the Apostolic Vicariate of Tripoli. Filipinos and sub-Saharan Africans living presence among the Muslims of Tripoli tired of the war. Air raids continue to pound Tripoli.
Bishop of Tripoli: NATO bombs playing into Gaddafi’s hands
NATO airstrike targets home of a loyalist of the Rais, killing 19 people according to regime. Archbishop Martinelli points out that the population wants an end to the bombing and is tightening around their leader. Representative of the rebels in China to find a way out of the war and forge economic agreements with Beijing.
Libya, the Hague issues warrant for Gaddafi and his loyalists
Warrant includes son of Rais, Saif al-Islam and Abdullah Senussi, head of the regime. The decision coincides with the 100 days of the mission in Libya. AsiaNews sources warn about the risk of further internal division of the Libyan people. The civil war could continue even after the departure of Gaddafi. Bishop of Tripoli hopeful for a diplomatic solution to the conflict.
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