Libya: African Union Proposes Peace Plan

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Col. Moammer Gadhafi has accepted a political road map to peace proposed by the African Union. The plan calls for an immediate ceasefire, cooperation with humanitarian aids groups and a dialogue with the rebels. However, it does not require Gadhafi to step down. A rebel spokesperson said that any deal that allows Gadhafi and his sons to stay in power would not be acceptable. The BBC's Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen reports from Tripoli.