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07:47 | 0 | Ria Novosti
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev described on Thursday the situation in Libya as moving toward the civil war.
07:49 | 0 | Emg.rs
From the border between Libya and Tunisia, where the humanitarian situation is compounded by the massive flow of people fleeing Libya, Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva and Hungarian Minister of State for EU affairs Enikő Győri called on Member States to step up their efforts
07:56 | 0 | MIA
Libyan government bombing raids on Brega were a "big misunderstanding" designed to scare off rebels, according to Saif al-Islam, son of Col Muammar Gaddafi.