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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Henry Bellingham
Organizers printed Moammar Gadhafi's portrait and mounted it on one of the flags decorating the road to the African Union summit venue back when he was expected to rule for life.
"I was deeply saddened by news of the ferry disaster off Tanzania earlier today which claimed the lives of so many people," he said in a statement. "... At this difficult time, our thoughts are with the people of Tanzania as they come to terms with this terrible tragedy."
Britain's Minister for Africa Henry Bellingham said he has met with the majority of the foreign ministers of the 53 member nations attending the conference and found that even those who previously were reluctant to call for Col. Gadhafi's ouster are privately agreeing that he should go.