Former Libyan official Moussa Koussa breaks his silence
Moussa Koussa - the most high profile defector from the Libyan regime - has spoken publicly for the first time since he arrived in Britain.
In a prepared statement to the BBC, the former foreign minister and head of intelligence, warned that if the fighting does not end, the country could become a new Somalia.
He spoke to the BBC's Security Correspondent Gordon Corera.
12 Apr 2011
- From the section Africa