Libye - Thanks to Europe, Gaddafi hands are untied

Published on 17 March 2011 at 16:52


Thanks to Europe, Gaddafi hands are untied

La Repubblica

Europe’s attitude in response to the vicious repression of the Libyan uprising is reminiscent of its cowardly behaviour during the Bosnian War, writes Italian intellectual Adriano Sofri. While their leaders dither, European governments appear to be washing their hands of a tragedy that is taking place on their doorstep.


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