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British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a joint press conference with Qatari Premier and Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabr al-Thani, in Doha, Wednesday Feb. 23, 2011. During a question and answer session with students at Qatar University, Cameron said there should be "consequences" for the Libyan regime if it continued to use "appalling levels of violence" against its own people, and that he would like to see a United Nations Security Council resolution to send "a very clear warning" to Col. Gadhafi and the Libyan armed forces that what they were doing was "wrong and against the law".(AP Photo/Osama Faisal)
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British Prime Minister David Cameron speaks during a joint press conference with Qatari Premier and Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem bin Jabr al-Thani, in Doha, Wednesday Feb. 23, 2011. During a question and answer session with students at Qatar University, Cameron said there should be "consequences" for the Libyan regime if it continued to use "appalling levels of violence" against its own people, and that he would like to see a United Nations Security Council resolution to send "a very clear warning" to Col. Gadhafi and the Libyan armed forces that what they were doing was "wrong and against the law".(AP Photo/Osama Faisal)

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