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Neither side in Libyan conflict blameless, says bishop

CWN - April 06, 2011

Lauding the Turkish government’s attempt to mediate a ceasefire in the Libyan conflict, the apostolic vicar of Tripoli told the Fides news agency that both sides have committed “wrongs.”

“If we want to find a solution to the crisis in this country, we need to consider the reasons by one and all,” Bishop Giovanni Martinelli told the Fides news agency. “The wrongs are not only on one side. The regime also still has a degree of consensus.”

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