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International Court Faces Key Test on Libyan Captives – NYTimes.com

The brewing conflict over the fate of two high-ranking Libyan figures — Seif al-Islam el-Qaddafi, once Libya’s heir apparent, and Abdullah Senussi, the former intelligence chief — is not only a test for the …

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Qaddafi Son Seif al-Islam Is Captured in Libya – NYTimes.com

Libyan militia fighters on Saturday captured Seif al-Islam el-Qaddafi, the last fugitive son and onetime heir apparent of …

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Joe Frazier – A Champion Who Won Inside the Ring and Out – NYTimes.com

Some people mean more together than they do apart, whatever the stage. Churchill and Hitler. Bogart and Bacall. Ali and Frazier. And for all the deserved accolades for Muhammad Ali, I’ve always believed that each at his best, Joe Frazier, who died Monday night at age …

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Muammar Qaddafi’s Death and Legacy : The New Yorker

How does it end? The dictator dies, shrivelled and demented, in his bed; he flees the rebels in a private plane; he is caught hiding in a mountain outpost, a drainage pipe, a spider hole. He is tried. He is not tried. He is dragged, bloody and dazed, through the streets, then executed. The humbling comes in myriad forms, but what is revealed is always the same: the technologies of …

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Qaddafi and the Lives of Tyrants – NYTimes.com

“ALL political lives, unless they are cut off in midstream at a happy juncture, end in failure,” wrote Enoch Powell, the controversial but often perspicacious British politician, “because that is the nature of politics and of human affairs.” But the political lives of tyrants play out …

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Libya Rebels Said to Find Qaddafi Tie in Plot Against Iraq – NYTimes.com

When Tripoli, the Libyan capital, fell, rebel fighters found secret intelligence documents linking Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi to a plot by former members of Saddam Hussein’s military and Baath Party to overthrow the Iraqi government, according to an …

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Moammar Gaddafi buried in secret desert location as many Libyans rejoice – The Washington Post

Former Libyan strongman Moammar Gaddafi was secretly buried in a desert grave on Tuesday, officials said, ending a four-day spectacle in which his bloody body was displayed to a public largely overjoyed about his ignominious end after decades of …

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Video – Libyan Officials: Moammer Gadhafi Dead – WSJ.com

Col. Moammar Gadhafi died from wounds sustained during a final push to seize control of his hometown of Sirte, according to Libyan military and political leaders. How will this impact oil markets? WSJ’s Jeff Grocott reports.

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Muammar Qaddafi | The Economist

AS THE rebel insurgency flowed and ebbed across Libya this year, it passed through most of the staging posts in Muammar Qaddafi’s life. Sirte, where he was born in a Bedouin tent in the sand-wastes and died amid the …

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Libya’s liberation: The colonel is caught | The Economist

FORTY-TWO years after he took power in a coup as a handsome 27-year-old captain, Africa’s longest-serving dictator was finally brought to bay on October 20th in his home town of Sirte. At first it was said that Muammar Qaddafi had been wounded. Later reports, as The Economist went to press, suggested he had …

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