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Libya

Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi

Date of Birth: 7 June 1942
Place of Birth: Sirte
Died: 20 October 2011


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Salva and the Salvation regime

Additionally no one trusts Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi's government which has meddled militarily in Darfur since it seized power in 1969...


Security seats

The election of Libya to a seat on the United Nations Security Council on 16 October offers an opportunity for Mohamed Seif al-Islam the son of leader Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi to be appointed as Tripoli's permanent representative to the UN at this critical time...


Intelligence in a divided house

One highly questionable report claims that Zuma received funds from the Libyan leader Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi and Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos in return for his support when elected...


Revolt in the desert

The government has asked Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi to help resolve the trouble but some officials allege (like Arzika) that Tripoli funds the rebels to sustain insecurity in the north and further its claims to oil there...


Yellowcake rebellion

The increasingly image-conscious Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi who has offered to mediate in the dispute is suing the Niamey weekly Canard Déchaîné for accusing Tripoli of bankrolling the MNJ...


Rumours and plots

This would be done by 2 000 Taylor-supporters from his old base of Gbarnga with help from his old ally (and new best friend of Britain and France) Libyan leader Moammar el Gadaffi...


Rapture not rupture

Niamey accuses Libyan leader Moammar el Gadaffi of helping to destabilise Niger's northern border region which Libya claims its own...


Winning ways

French and Qatari commercial interests are the clear winners from Presidential wife Cécilia Sarkozy's success in persuading Libyan leader Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi to release five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor bizarrely convicted of deliberately infecting 400 children in the eastern city of Benghazi with HIV...


Unity on a smaller scale

Museveni vocally opposed proposals at the latest African Union summit in Accra by Libyan leader Moammar el Gadaffi for the immediate formation of an AU government (AC Vol 48 No 14)...


Nkrumah's second coming

Yet it was evident from the start that there was little common ground between a minority group calling for the immediate formation of a Union Government led by Libyan leader Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi and Senegal's President Abdoulaye Wade and the majority group led by Africa's biggest economies of Algeria South Africa Nigeria and Kenya which paid obeisance to Nkrumah's memory and the pan-African vision but saw the road to African political unity as a long and arduous one...


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