Latest Breaking News: Libya: Obama gave an ultimatum to Gaddafi > U.S. President Barack Obama said that the forces of the Libyan government must stop their attack on the rebel city and pulled back – or face military action.
He said that the terms of UN Security Council resolution on the basis of actions to defend the civilians were “not negotiable”.
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s government declared a unilateral ceasefire, the attack plans are drawn up against him under the UN resolution.
There are reports of government offensives continue despite the ceasefire.
Libyan officials have rejected these and so true international observers were invited to Libya to discuss the situation.
When the rebel-held town in western measure, which is surrounded by government forces, residents there told Reuters news agency that signs a ceasefire and that the city still pounded by bombs and artillery.
And the Arab television station al-Jazeera reported that the pro-Gaddafi arrived quickly to the rebel stronghold in eastern Benghazi on Friday evening. Its correspondent said loyalist forces were clashing with insurgents in the cities and al-Magroun Slouq, about 50 km (30 miles) from the city.