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‘Contact group’ calls for Gadhafi to stand down

Qatar’s PM makes final statement


 

Qatar’s prime minister has called for Colonel Muammar Gadhafi to stand down, following a meeting of the newly formed international ‘contact group’ on Libya. In a statement, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabr Al Thani said that the group agreed that Gadhafi’s regime is ‘weak’. Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon was in attendance at the meeting, which was co-chaired by Britain and Qatar. Representatives from 39 countries including the UN, NATO, and the Arab league were also present.

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‘Contact group’ calls for Gadhafi to stand down

  1. wow. so now we know why al-Jazeera (Qatar state owned media) has been spreading lies about Gadhafi and Libya in general. It is funny when dictators and monarchs point fingers at Gadhafi and say he's the bad guy as they exclusively serve the interests of the very rich and look down at the other citizens of their countries, especially women and minorities.

  2. wow. so now we know why al-Jazeera (Qatar state owned media) has been spreading lies about Gadhafi and Libya in general. It is funny when dictators and monarchs point fingers at Gadhafi and say he's the bad guy as they exclusively serve the interests of the very rich and look down at the other citizens of their countries, especially women and minorities.

    • Qatar is 51st US state. Exception from others is that it has fully autonomy. The governer is called Amir in this place. Al-Jazeeraa is CNN's affiliate.

  3. Qatar is 51st US state. Exception from others is that it has fully autonomy. The governer is called Amir in this place. Al-Jazeeraa is CNN's affiliate.