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Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan

Street protests greet scores of diplomats and officials meeting in London to map out path for Libya

Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
A woman is restrained by police officers as she taunts pro-Gaddafi demonstrators near the Libya Conference being held at Lancaster House on March 29, 2011 in London, England. (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
British Prime Minister David Cameron is hosting a one day conference with members of the international community to discuss the next steps in the UN backed military action. (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
Scores of diplomats and international officials have gathered in London to discuss Libya's future (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
The international community has declared its resolve to maintain pressure on Gaddafi till he stops attacks against his people (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
Police detain a man thought to be a Pro-Gaddafi supporter after an altercation with a demonstrator supporting the Libyan rebels (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
Anti-Gaddafi supporters are kept from approaching a pro-Gaddafi demonstration by police (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
No Libyan leaders were invited to the conference, and there remain concerns over the extent of the international community's involvement in the troubled country (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
The conference is an attempt to forge greater unity of purpose between officials, including US Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton and UN leaders (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
Britain and France have spearheaded the aggresive response to Gaddafi, while Italy, Germany and Turkey have urged caution (Getty Images)
Protesters rally as world leaders mull Libya plan
The biggest rift over the Libyan crisis has been between long time partners, Germany and France (Getty Images)