January 05 2015
President Francois Hollande has ruled out unilateral French intervention in Libya, saying there would have to be a clear United Nations mandate for such action, reports Al Arabiya (Dubai).
“We are acting to contain terrorism in the south, but France will not intervene in Libya,” Hollande said on French radio on Monday.
"It's for the international community to live up to its responsibilities and it must make it possible to have a political dialogue... so that order is...
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