March 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);3/7/2011, Vol. 196 Issue 5046, p5
The article reports on the possibility that the conflict in Libya could escalate into a long civil war. It claims that pro-Gaddafi troops have established counter-offensives against rebel-held towns in Zawiyah and Misrata which intensify the fear for a civil war in the country. Meanwhile, the British diplomatic team who has been held captive in the city of Benghazi had been freed while Western leaders have condemned Gaddafi's response to the uprising.


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