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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain has frozen 12 billion pounds ($19.2 billion) of Libyan assets as it tries to ramp up pressure on Muammar Gaddafi via sanctions, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday.
The EU has imposed sanctions on the Libyan Investment Authority, the Libyan central bank, three other financial institutions and at least 27 people, including Gaddafi.
Cameron said the EU's 27 member states needed to look into Libya's oil income. That could involve adding the Libyan National Oil Company to the sanctions list, EU diplomats have said.