PM: 'Long road' for Libya

David Cameron has told ITV News Libya faces a "long road" to genuine democracy during his visit to the capital Tripoli. The Libyan authorities also confirmed they will be giving visas to the police officers investigating the Lockerbie bombing.

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Cameron to meet Libyan PM

David Cameron was guided around Martyrs' Square by youth worker Abdurahman - who fought against Gaddafi - and Mervat.

Mervat and the organisation she set up, 3 Generation, tries to find information on those who went missing during the dictator's reign and the revolt.

Earlier, the Prime Minister toured a police training centre on the outskirts of Tripoli. He told police recruits it was "very good to be back".

I will never forget the scenes I saw in Tripoli and Benghazi. The British people want to stand with you and help you deliver the greater security that Libya needs.

So we have offered training and support from our police and our military. We look forward to working together in the years ahead.

Mr Cameron is due to hold talks with counterpart Ali Zeidan and President Megarief while in the country.

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