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Libyan rebels reject African Union's call for ceasefire

Rebels in Libya have rejected the latest diplomatic attempt to stop the conflict in the country.

The proposal by the African Union called for an immediate ceasefire and dialogue between the two sides. But rebels said they would not consider any deal that left Colonel Gaddafi in office.

The BBC's Orla Guerin reports from Ajdabiya - south of the opposition stronghold of Benghazi.

  • 11 Apr 2011
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