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No NATO bases after Gaddafi: Rebel envoy
Libya's rebel government envoy to the Arab League say that his country will not allow NATO bases in the post-Gaddafi era
AFP , Monday 22 Aug 2011
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Libya's rebel government envoy to the Cairo-based Arab League said Monday that his country will not allow NATO bases in Libya after Muammar Gaddafi's ouster, official MENA news agency said.

"Libya is an Arab and Islamic nation before NATO and after NATO," he said, adding, "the Libyans revolted from the 1970s against Western bases and there will be no non-Libyan bases."
 



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