Former Libyan foreign minister Moussa Koussa has been speaking publicly for the first time since he sought refuge in Britain. He told the BBC that civil war could wreck his country, and he urged all sides to embrace dialogue. Koussa is going to Qatar to attend a conference on Wednesday about the future of Libya. His departure has caused some outrage in Britain among people who want him prosecuted for his role in the Lockerbie bombing.
Koussa Says Civil War Could Wreck Libya
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