09 May '11, 7am

#News: 'Game Over' For Gaddafi: NATO Chief

WASHINGTON - THE NATO chief said on Sunday he was confident that time was running out for Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, despite the prolonged stalemate between his forces and rebels who seek his ouster. But Anders Fogh Rasmussen also acknowledged the brutal war that has raged for nearly two months would be resolved politically, not militarily. 'The game is over for Gaddafi. He should realize sooner rather than later that there's not future for him or his regime,' the Nato secretary-general told CNN's State Of The Union program. 'We have stopped Gaddafi in his tracks. His time is running out. He's more and more isolated.' Given the 'wind of change' sweeping across North Africa and the Middle East, the death of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and the growing pressure on the Taleban in Afghanistan, the Danish former prime minister said he was 'very optimistic' that Gadhdfi w...

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