Cameron, Sarkozy in Tripoli

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and National Transition Council President Mustafa Mohammed Abdul Jalil (R) visit injured people in the Tripoli Medical center.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy (C) and National Transition Council President Mustafa Mohammed Abdul Jalil (R) visit injured people in the Tripoli Medical center.

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Libyan National Transition Council (NTC) leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil, NTC head of the executive office and international affairs Mahmud Jibril and British Prime Minister David Cameron hold a joint press conference at the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli. Cameron and Sarkozy, whose forces spearheaded the NATO campaign that helped topple Moamer Kadhafi, vowed more support as they became the first foreign leaders to visit the new Libya.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Libyan National Transition Council (NTC) leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil, NTC head of the executive office and international affairs Mahmud Jibril and British Prime Minister David Cameron hold a joint press conference at the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli. Cameron and Sarkozy, whose forces spearheaded the NATO campaign that helped topple Moamer Kadhafi, vowed more support as they became the first foreign leaders to visit the new Libya.

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Britain's Special Representative to Libya Dominic Asquith receives a Union Flag from British Prime Minister David Cameron

Britain's Special Representative to Libya Dominic Asquith receives a Union Flag from British Prime Minister David Cameron

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British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) and French President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) meet patients at the Tripoli Medical Centre in Tripoli, Libya.

British Prime Minister David Cameron (C) and French President Nicolas Sarkozy (R) meet patients at the Tripoli Medical Centre in Tripoli, Libya.

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy, National Transitional Council Prime minister Mahmud Jibril, Britain's Prime minister David Cameron , NTC President Abdel Jalid and French Philosophe Bernard Henry Levy arrive at the Tripoli Medical Center during their travel in Libya.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, National Transitional Council Prime minister Mahmud Jibril, Britain's Prime minister David Cameron , NTC President Abdel Jalid and French Philosophe Bernard Henry Levy arrive at the Tripoli Medical Center during their travel in Libya.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli.

British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli.

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Britain's Prime minister David Cameron and National Transition Council Prime minister Mahmud Jibril (R) visit injured people in the Tripoli Medical center during their travel in Libya in Tripoli.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy, Britain's Prime minister David Cameron and National Transition Council Prime minister Mahmud Jibril (R) visit injured people in the Tripoli Medical center during their travel in Libya in Tripoli.

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French President Nicolas Sarkozy and President of the National Transitional Council Mustafa Abdul Jalil walk through the lobby of the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy and President of the National Transitional Council Mustafa Abdul Jalil walk through the lobby of the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli.

British Prime Minister David Cameron arrives at the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the media at the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli, pledging Britain's help in hunting down fugitive strongman Moamer Gaddafi as he and France's Nicolas Sarkozy became the first foreign leaders to visit the new Libya.

British Prime Minister David Cameron addresses the media at the Corinthia hotel in central Tripoli, pledging Britain's help in hunting down fugitive strongman Moamer Gaddafi as he and France's Nicolas Sarkozy became the first foreign leaders to visit the new Libya.

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