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David Cameron and Nicholas Sarkozy arrived in Libya as first signs of a rift started to appear in the National Transitional Council. The new Libyan Prime Minister has been accused of bringing in former Gaddafi officials and acting like a dictator.
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He wanted to change the oil currency to gold instead of dollars. Uncle Sam did not like that!
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‘Welcome to new Tripoli!’