U.K. Failed to Prevent Libya Chaos After Qaddafi, Lawmakers SayBy
Cameron launched attacks based on bad intelligence and choices
Civilian threat overstated and Islamist danger not identified
U.K. intervention in Libya that led to the 2011 overthrow of Moammar Al Qaddafi was based on bad intelligence and inaccurate assumptions about the rebellion in the north African country, according to a panel of lawmakers.
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