British intel saved lifes in Libya, said Foreign Secretary W. Hague.
MI 6 Building seen from the Thames in London
LONDON – British intelligence agencies avoided an attack on the leadership of Libya’s National Transitional Council and Western representatives by forces loyal to Moammar Gadhafi in the city of Benghazi , Foreign Secretary William Hague said Wednesday in a rare press conference.
Hague said both MI6 and the electronic listening agency GCHQ played a key role in saving lifes in Libya ,Hague declared.
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