The head of Britain’s armed forces urges NATO to expand its range of bombing targets in Libya fearing that the conflict might end in a stalemate. General David Richards informed The Sunday Telegraph newspaper that if the NATO does not speed things up, the Libyan dictator could cling to power.
Restrictions imposed to members of NATO only permit them to attack threats that are a direct to Libyan civilians. Meanwhile, Libyan officials accused NATO of trying to kill Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi.
Moussa Ibrahim, a Libyan government spokesman informed that last Saturday an airstrike killed 11 people in the eastern city of Brega. The alliance answered by saying their attacks are carefully designed to hit specific, however, NATO could not confirm or deny civilian fatalities.