Britain, South Africa disagree over next steps in Libya

“Once there was a fight, the AU took a very clear position — that military intervention would not solve the problem. You needed political intervention,” Zuma said.

“How must Gaddafi go? Where must he go? Why must he go? These issues must be put on the table, and the Libyan people must decide,” said Zuma, whose government has accused the West of trying to assassinate Gaddafi.

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