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Libya's crisis: Your reaction

Angela Merkel and David Cameron have called on Muammar Gaddafi to step down as  the EU leaders are meeting in Brussels to address the situation in Libya. This is while the Libyan rebel forces continue their fight to end the Libyan leader's 41 years in power, with more than a  thousand people believed dead due to the attacks, and about 200,000 others displaced by the fighting. Should the world community do more now to end Libya’s crisis? What should be done? Send us your reaction. 


Published: 18 Mar 2011 08:48 GMT
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