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'Pressure to help Libyans' quickly and effectively

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There was a fourth night of air-strikes on Libya last night. The Americans are suggesting the level of military activity should come down soon. But what happens then? Sir Michael Graydon, former chief of Britain's Air Staff and Lord Dannatt, former chief of the General Staff, discuss options for the longer-term campaign.


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