(LONDON) -- What to do next about Libya? A number of countries led by NATO states have gathered in Doha to try to figure that out.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague wants others to help break the current military stalemate.
"We have supplied additional ground attack forces over the last week and we do look to other countries to do the same", says Hague.
Part of the reason is that Britian is basically broke and it can't carry on like this over the long haul.
As to how the Doha meeting is playing in Tripoli? Gadhafi spokesman Moussa Ibrahim says Qatar acts more like an oil conglomerate than a real country. He concludes that certain interests will be looked after.
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