Riz Khan
Can the African Union bring relief to Libya?
Gaddafi has accepted the AU's 'roadmap' for peace but the rebels and their supporters have rejected it.
Last Modified: 12 Apr 2011 09:42

Can the African Union bring relief to a battle ravaged Libya?
Although Muammar Gaddafi has accepted the AU's 'roadmap' for peace, many Libyans - and much of the international community - remain sceptical.


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Libyan rebels and their supporters have rejected the proposal, insisting there can be no peace until Gaddafi and his family relinquish power. NATO says any ceasefire in Libya must be credible and verifiable.

On Tuesday's Riz Khan we speak with Jason Pack, a researcher of Libya at St. Antony's College at Oxford University; and Professor Dirk Vandewalle, a leading expert on the north African country and the author of Libya Since 1969: Gaddafi's Revolution Revisited.
You can watch the show at 1930GMT on Al Jazeera English. Repeats will air the next day at 0430GMT, 0830GMT and 1430GMT.

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