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Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi

Date of Birth: 07/06/1942
Place of Birth: Sirte
Died: 20/10/2011


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No farewell to arms deals

Sarkozy now faces investigation in France over claims that he accepted illegal campaign contributions from Libya's Moammar el Gadaffi...


Squaring the triangle

He is sufficiently emboldened now to believe he can dominate the one-year-old Government of National Accord, which remains the official flag-bearer of international efforts to create a stable post-Moammar el Gadaffi state (AC Vol 57 No 6, Drawing a line in Libya)...


Front lines in flux

Tajouri, a former prison guard who did well out of the 2011 uprising, and his men are still primarily focused on protecting the business interests he has amassed since the fall that year of Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi...


The scramble for the spoils

As few as 500 Da'ish fighters may still be holding out in the late Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi's home town, a Libyan with contacts there told AC...


Gadaffi's desperate bid

International lawyers for Seif el Islam Gadaffi, son of the late dictator Moammar el Gadaffi, have made a U-turn in their defence strategy at the International Criminal Court and will ask judges to declare the case inadmissible...


Drawing a line in Libya

Support for the new Government of National Accord (GNA) is the only strategy which Western governments can countenance to create a viable post-Moammar el Gadaffi state from an atomised, mess of rival tribal and ideological groups, and to eliminate Da'ish and criminal gangs from Europe's southern flank (AC Vol 57 No 2, A cure that could kill)...

The United States Special Operations Command Africa's Brigadier General Donald Bolduc has confirmed US forces are working with a small Libyan SF unit, loyal to the Tobruk HoR, which was established after Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi's fall in 2011...

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A cure that could kill

It is often forgotten that the division between GNC-Libya Dawn (Fajr Libya) and HoR-Operation Dignity was not based on religious ideology but on differing views of whether officials who served under the late Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi should be allowed to take part in running the new Libya, even though his persecution of Islamists meant they were better represented in the new GNC...


The survival imperative

The UAE joined the coalition that helped to overthrow Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi in 2011 (AC Vol 52 No 17, Gadaffi falls, revolution rises)...


The General's last days

Diendéré also holds the secrets of Compaoré's relations with Libya's late Colonel Moammar el Gadaffi and Liberia's gaoled ex-President Charles Taylor...


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