THE ride took 42 years of high drama but finally, and against his wish or resolve, he had to get off at his stop, albeit a fatal stop he wouldn’t have chosen if given the choice.
Col. Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi, the Leader of Libya who took power in that country over four decades ago, yesterday met a grisly end in the hands of National Transitional Council (NTC)-backed fighters in his home-town of Sirte. Two of his sons, Salif al-Islam and Mutassim, were also killed with him.
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Added October 20, 2011
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