British Foreign Secretary, William Hague
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Libya: Hague calls for Nato to take coalition control

The British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has said Nato should take control of coalition operations in Libya "as quickly as possible".

He told MPs that UK planes had taken part in fresh action over the past 24 hours to "robustly" enforce the no-fly zone across Libya.

But pro-Gaddafi forces were continuing "appalling" acts of violence and claims of a ceasefire were a "sham", he added.

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