by Lynette Holloway onSeptember 4, 2011
The CIA worked closely with the intelligence services of Muammar Qaddafi's regime, according to news reports.
July 12, 2011
"The question is no longer whether Qaddafi is going to leave power, but when and how," according to Alain Juppe.
May 26, 2011
Not backed up by any action, it was deemed "not credible."
by Greg Beals onApril 20, 2011
The Libyan rebels could learn a lot from the war Qaddafi lost to Chad in 1987.
April 4, 2011
History suggests that whatever the former House speaker has to say now about our intervention in Libya, he'll be saying the opposite a few days from now.
March 29, 2011
If he ever decides to leave Libya, he might actually have a few options.
by Joel Dreyfuss onMarch 21, 2011
They were once considered friends of the U.S. Now we're trying to topple one as we shun the other.
by Natalie Y. Moore onMarch 14, 2011
How the feds used the Libyan dictator to bring down the infamous El Rukns gang from the city's South Side.
by Nsenga Burton onMarch 4, 2011
The songstress expresses regret over scheduled performance for dictator.
by Paul Delaney onMarch 1, 2011
A former New York Times editor recalls an earlier press trip to Libya at the invitation of the dictator that was just as surreal as the ones taking place now.
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