Thursday, August 18, 2011

Gaddafi may be sick and negotiate a trip to South Africa

The Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is reportedly ill and wishes to travel to South Africa for treatment, according to the daily Arabic "Al Sharq Al Awsat." The newspaper says the chief of staff Gaddafi, Bashir Salih, said in recent talks in Mauritania, Mali, Tunisia and the Libyan leader is ill and wants to leave the country for medical treatment.

According to the newspaper, Gadhafi called host for him and his family to South African President Jacob Zuma. Presumably there would also be in contact with senior British and French to ensure the safety of your trip. However, a spokesman for South African Foreign Ministry would not confirm, nor was there confirmation in Tripoli.

Election campaign in America: Obama attacks the Republican

The American President, Barack Obama is on the offensive. During a three-day bus tour through the Midwest, he told the CNN that he was ready for the presidential election in 2012.

Obama accused the Republicans in the interview that the dispute over raising the debt ceiling to put party interests above the interests of the country. The Texas Governor Rick Perry, who is considered a likely candidate for the presidential candidacy for the Republicans, he recommended more restraint in his utterances.