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Topic - Julien Barnes-Dacey
"We're all hoping," he says. "If we take control of Tripoli, it means he's out. We are worried about the foreign mercenaries. We don't know how many of them are in the country."
"But I think Gadhafi is going to put up a fight," says Julien Barnes-Dacey of the London-based security consultants Control Risks. "Libya, more than any other country in the region, has the prospect of serious violence and outright conflict."