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Libyan leader who seized power in a military coup d'etat in 1969

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They were never heard from again, and many believe they met with foul play at the hands of Qaddafi.
Abdullah Al-Fadul, Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Libya, said: 'We give credit to President Qaddafi for the agreement for peace in Mindanao.
Chowk Qaddafi was being widened and furnished, he said and added that the project would be completed very soon.
Qaddafi had led the oil rich Libya as an autocrat for almost 42 years, crushing opposition forces with brute force and frequently funding international terrorism.
Knowing that world leaders would always appease him and tolerate him, Qaddafi would have huge tents erected in the gardens of five-star hotels and stay in those tents instead of the hotel rooms.
By criticising Sufi Islam, Qaddafi planted a seed, the fruits of which are apparent today.
Libya may not face literal fragmentation, but it could be doomed to years of instability as it recovers from four decades of rule under Qaddafi, who pitted neighbor against neighbor, town against town and tribe against tribe.
Today's designation targets a key supporter of Saadi Qaddafi, who remains determined to carry on his father's legacy, to reverse Libya's democratic transition through violence, and to foster instability in the region," the Treasury's sanctions chief, Adam Szubin, said in a statement.
27 -- Libyan Leader Muammar Qaddafi was traveling under a negotiated "White Flag" truce last Thursday in an agreement to leave Libya.
The killing of former Libyan leader Moammar Qaddafi today might bring a swift end to the bloody rebellion that erupted against his rule eight months ago.
Libya Muammar Qaddafi NATO Zlitan TRIPOLI (TAP) - According to 's rebels, 's son Khamis was killed in an overnight raid on the western town of .
We will do it together," Seif Qaddafi vowed in an hour-long interview that stretched past midnight.
In a news conference early Sunday morning in Tripoli, a Qaddafi government spokesman called the strike an illegal attack.
Many Americans are familiar with Qaddafi, long known for his outlandish outfits, brutal role, and sponsorship of terrorism against the West.
Qaddafi is waging a brutal fight against rebels in his country, with his sons' support.