Gaddafi


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Gaddafi

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Mu'ammar Muhammad al- . born 1942, Libyan army officer and statesman; head of state from 1969
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Mr Gaddafi's comments came hours after Gordon Brown announced he was setting up a dedicated team to assist the IRA victims.
The ex-PM rang Gaddafi in October 2011 as the tyrant lost a desperate battle to stay in power.
According to the 'Mad Dog: Inside the Secret World of Muammar Gaddafi', Gaddafi used to keep his enemies' corpses in freezers and maintained a secret sex den on the Tripoli University campus where he raped students, the New York Post reported.
During the uprising, he made an offer to negotiate with the rebels and sounded prepared to cut loose his father and one of his brothers, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, often assumed to be his father's heir apparent.
The British government devised top-secret plans to allow Gaddafi to flee to another African country not subject to international law, in an attempt to fashion a possible solution to the conflict.
Quoting diplomatic sources in the Tripoli, the Mail said the motive apparently was to stop Gaddafi being interrogated about his highly suspicious links with Sarkozy, who was the president of France at that time.
FORCES loyal to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi have launched a series of attacks across several cities in the country.
Summary: One of the most feared and influential Muammar Gaddafi's men, Abdullah Sanusi, has been captured in southern Libya, one day After Gaddafi's son Seif was arrested in the same region of the country.
Libya's former second-in-command welcomed Moammar Gaddafi's killing, saying "this is the end of every tyrant," the London-based daily AL HAYAT reported on Oct.
Moammar Gaddafi and his son Muatassim have been buried in a secret desert location - closing the book on his nearly 42-year rule of Libya and the eight-month civil war to oust him.
THE death of Colonel Gaddafi meant an opportunity for getting nearer to the truth of the Lockerbie bombing had been lost, admitted Dr Swire.
Muammar Gaddafi and his son Mo'tassim were buried in a secret desert location on Tuesday, five days after the desposed Libyan leader was captured, killed and put on grisly public display.