Libya accuse Qatar of intervening on side of rebels
Monday, September 15, 2014
Prime Minister yesterday accused of interfering in his country's affairs by sending three military planes loaded with weapons to an airport in under the control of rebels.
The Libyan leader told the(UAE)-based Arab TV channel Sky News his country would consider "breaking off relations if this interference into Libya's internal affairs continued." He also reiterated previous accusations against of also trying to supply the rebels.
Last month thesaid and the UAE were involved in airstrikes against militants as they were in the process of capturing Tripoli.
Qatar has previously backed the, a group reported to have ties with the militants in Tripoli. Other countries, including Egypt and UAE, are reportedly worried about the spread of radical .
Three years after the removal from power of
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