Some members of the U.S. congress have reportedly received a letter from Colonel Gaddafi, saying he is ready to negotiate a ceasefire. The authenticity of the letter has not been confirmed. Meanwhile NATO air strikes continue to rock Tripoli. It comes as Gaddafi's daughter filed a lawsuit against the French President Nicolas Sarkozy and NATO, for killing four members of her family in April's military strike. Earlier an unnamed official confirmed that the alliance does consider Colonel Gaddafi a legitimate target. NATO has long insisted that regime change is not the military operation's objective. Lecturer in Modern History at Oxford University - professor Mark Almond - says Gaddafi's positions are not as weak as the West might may want to present it.
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