Misrata hospital to 'treat patients on floor' as beds full

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David Cameron, Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy have declared that the military action in Libya will continue for as long as Colonel Gaddafi remains in power.

Rebels in the central city of Misrata are still holding out but the stand-off between Gaddafi's forces and the opposition is costing civilians their lives.

The BBC's Orla Guerin has been inside one of the hospitals which is overflowing with patients.

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