This video from England says about itself:
As Cameron, Sarkozy and Obama escalated the attack on Libya to a regime-change war, Stop the War Coalition joined with CND and War on Want to protest at Downing Street, London, calling on the British government to end its bombing campaign. Video by Anupam Pradhan and Keith Halstead.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Friday 11th March 2016
A rattled Mr Obama even went as far as to admit the military action, which led to Colonel Muammar Gadaffi’s downfall, “didn’t work.”
He accused Mr Cameron of becoming “distracted” after giving the green light to air strikes and that now the country is a “mess” because it’s become an Isis haven.
Mr Obama said [this] in the candid interview for US magazine The Atlantic, in which he argues he placed too much faith in Britain’s PM and French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Mr Cameron’s spokeswoman says the PM does “share” Mr Obama’s assessment that there are real challenges in Libya.
Barack Obama says David Cameron allowed Libya to become a ‘s*** show’. Unprecedented attack by serving US President: here.
Blaming Cameron and Sarkozy for the bloodbath in Libya is correct. However, President Obama might have extended the criticism to the ‘hawks’ in his own State Department (paradoxically, in this case not the Pentagon), like Samantha Power and Hillary Clinton.
US President Barack Obama has said the biggest mistake of his presidency was the lack of planning for the aftermath of the fall of late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, with the country spiraling into chaos and grappling with violent extremists: here.
Die Zeit campaigns for military intervention in Libya: here.
The US and NATO are considering another round of military attacks against Libya, US President Barack Obama told media outside the White House on Monday: here.
Teams of United States Special Operations commandos have been active in Libya since last year, the Washington Post reported Thursday, citing statements from unnamed US military officers: here.