In Libya, Colonel Gaddafi has accepted a peace proposal from the African Union, after several hours of talks in the capital Tripoli. The plan has yet to be approved by the opposition, so the delegation's next stop is rebel held Benghazi. South African president Jacob Zuma said the organisation will call on NATO to stop its bombing and give the ceasefire a chance. Despite coalition forces aiding the opposition's advance on Tripoli, rebels are growing disillusioned over the rising number of so-called friendly-fire incidents. RT's Yegor Piskunov reports now on how peace will not be easy to achieve.
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