....has called for a suspension of hostilities in Libya to allow humanitarian aid to be brought to the war-torn country. Mr Frattini also said Nato must provide data on results of its bombing campaign and guidelines on targeting errors. Arab League Chairman Amr Moussa also urged a ceasefire on Tuesday, voicing reservations about the Nato campaign. (Snip) Meanwhile Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi
described Libya's opposition National Transitional Council as an "important dialogue partner" and an "important domestic political force".