New NATO strikes as Kadhafi says ‘ready’ for ceasefire

May 31, 2011

NATO launched air raids early Tuesday on Tripoli after visiting South African President South African army soldiers patrol at Matiga military airport in Tripoli, as part of a security delegation accompanying South African President Jacob Zuma, who held talks on ending the conflict in Libya. NATO launched air raids early Tuesday on Tripoli after visiting Zuma said that Moamer Kadhafi is “ready” to implement an African Union plan to end the Libyan conflict. Jacob Zuma said that Moamer Kadhafi is “ready” to implement an African Union plan to end the Libyan conflict. Zuma, representing the African regional group, held talks Monday with the Libyan leader as NATO insisted that Kadhafi’s “reign of terror” is nearing an end.

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