Foreign Secretary William Hague
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Libya: 'Gaddafi forces' actions dictate air strikes'

The frequency of Nato attacks on Colonel Gaddafi's forces will be determined by their actions, Foreign Secretary William Hague has said.

Mr Hague told the BBC's James Robbins that if pro-Gaddafi forces "observed the terms of a genuine ceasefire then they would not be subject to air strikes".

The foreign secretary was speaking on the way to talks in Qatar with international delegates on the conflict in Libya, amid calls for Nato to intensify its campaign there.

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