120 military generals/officers defect from regime of Libya’s Muammar Kadhafi

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120 military generals/officers defect from regime of Libya's Muammar Kadhafi

120 military generals/officers defect from regime of Libya’s Muammar Kadhafi

Special to USAfricaonline.com

USAfrica, May 30, 2011: 120 military generals/officers and other officials have defected from the tottering regime of Libya’s Muammar Kadhafi to join the groups allied against the long-ruling mercurial personality. Among the defectors are 8 generals and senior officers of the Libyan armed forces. They appeared a few minutes ago in a press conference in Rome. Earlier in May 2011, Libya’s foreign affairs minister Moussa Koussa, and minister Choukri Ghanem defected.

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