Libya's 'crown prince' makes appeal

Muhammad al-Senussi calls for the international community to help remove Muammar Gaddafi from power.

    Muhammad al-Senussi, who would be Libya’s crown prince if the country still had a monarchy, has spoken out about the ongoing violence in the country from London.

    Libya was a monarchy until Muammar Gaddafi took power in a military coup in 1969 and the exiled King Idris has long since died.

    In this interview with Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips, al-Senussi asks the international community to help remove Gaddafi from power and stop the ongoing "massacre".

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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