That was the day nine of the Air Force's most sophisticated strike aircraft, armed with the best smart bombs, tried to kill Muammar Qaddafi
as part of the Libya raid.
The Consulate General of Chad in Jeddah, Mohammad Al-Mastoor Al-Said joined the interview to comment on the issue of Chad mercenaries requisitioned by Qaddafi
We were destroyed before our boys rose against Qaddafi
," said Ramadan Dolla, caretaker of a museum set up on Tripoli Boulevard to record the events of the war.
This past August, when the rebel forces broke through to Tripoli and stormed the Qaddafi
family compound, the dictator read the writing on the wall and managed to spirit his pregnant daughter, her mother and two sons to safety in Algeria.
A French defense official earlier said about 80 vehicles were in the convoy - the official said the strike did not destroy the convoy but that fighters on the ground afterward intercepted the vehicle carrying Qaddafi
Over the course of the meal, Luzon claims he reached a "pre-agreement" with Qaddafi
about compensation for Libyan Jewry, whose property had been confiscated by the Libyan government.
Rumors that members of Qaddafi
family, including his wife and daughter, had
blamed everyone but himself for the revolt.
children are described as jockeying for position as their father Colonel Muammar Qaddafi
One can only imagine what this summit will be like from the types of behavior that have come from Qaddafi
over the past few days, which are in effect days of preparation for the summit.
gave the nod for closer relations with the EU during an extraordinary summit of the African Union in Sirte, Libya, the EU officials said.
The armed men who clashed with the government in Bani Walid are supported by Qaddafi
elements outside Libya.
Rebels from the western town of Zintan were seen as heroes after playing a key role in toppling Muammar Qaddafi
BENGHAZI: Libya put 41 loyalists of dead dictator Moammar Qaddafi
on trial on Sunday, in the first legal proceedings launched against members of the former regime which was ousted after a bloody conflict.
Summary: n what's being described as a "shift in attitude" by The New York Times, British foreign secretary William Hague appears to be nudged by France to consider a deal to allow dictator Muammar Qaddafi
to remain in Libya in exchange for relinquishing power.