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UK’s parliamentary report severely criticizes the intervention that led to the overthrow of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi by Britain and France.

A UK parliamentary report has severely criticised the intervention by Britain and France that led to the overthrow of Libyan leader MUAMMAR GADDAFI in 2011.

The Foreign Affairs Committee accused the then Prime Minister DAVID CAMERON of lacking a coherent strategy for the air campaign.

It said the intervention had not been “informed by accurate intelligence”, and that it led to the rise of so-called Islamic State in North Africa.

The UK government said it had been an international decision to intervene as the action had been called for by the Arab League and authorised by the UN Security Council.

 

 

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