Повстанцы продали журналистам семейный фотоархив Каддафи

30 Августа 2011, 20:38

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An undated file photo shows Libya's embattled leader Moamer Kadhafi during a family visit, found in a family album at his wrecked former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011. AFP PHOTO
(FILES) -- A handout file picture obtained from Oya newspaper shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's son Seif al-Islam (R) raising the hand of freed Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali Mohmet al-Megrahi, the sole Libyan convicted over the 1988 Pan Am jetliner bombing, upon their arrival in Tripoli late on August 20, 2009. The only man convicted for the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am jet which killed 270 people when it blew up over the Scottish town of Lockerbie is "comatose" and "near death" in Libya, CNN reported on August 28, 2011. AFP PHOTO/OYA NEWSPAPER/HO == RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE ==
An undated photo shows Libya's embattled leader Moamer Kadhafi during a family visit, found in a family album at his wrecked former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011. AFP PHOTO
A reproduction of a photo of Moamer Kadhafi's son Saadi, from an album dated 2006 and sent to him as a new year's gift by a New York-based friend called Linda, is taken on August 29, 2011 after it was found at his abandoned rest house in Tripoli. AFP PHOTO/PATRICK BAZ
A reproduction of a photo of Moamer Kadhafi's son Saadi (L), from an album dated 2006 and sent to him as a new year's gift by a New York-based friend called Linda, is taken on August 29, 2011 after it was found at his abandoned rest house in Tripoli. Two unidentified men are seen in another photograph (R) next to his. AFP PHOTO/HO
An undated photo shows Libya's embattled leader Moamer Kadhafi (C) and his wife Safiya (2nd R) during a wedding party, found in a family album at his wrecked former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011. AFP PHOTO
A reproduction of a photo of Moamer Kadhafi's son Saadi, from an album dated 2006 and sent to him as a new year's gift by a New York-based friend called Linda, is taken on August 29, 2011 after it was found at his abandoned rest house in Tripoli. AFP PHOTO/HO
(FILES)-- A July 20, 2010, file photo of Mohammed, the son of Libyan leader Moamar Kadhafi, arrives to open the Sixth Annual Telecommunications and Information Technology Expo in Tripoli. Libyan strongman Moamer Kadhafi's wife, daughter and two sons, Mohammed and Hannibal, entered Algeria on August 29, 2011, according to the foreign ministry in Algiers. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD TURKIA
(FILES) -- A picture taken on March 1, 2010 shows Hannibal Kadhafi, a son of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, speaking to jailed Swiss businessman Max Goeldi (not seen) during their meeting at Al-Jadaida prison on the outskirts of Tripoli. Libyan strongman Moamer Kadhafi's wife, daughter and two sons, Mohammed and Hannibal, entered Algeria on August 29, 2011, according to the foreign ministry in Algiers. Hannibal, who was born in 1978, is the family's bad boy. He single-handedly strained Libya's relations with Switzerland after causing chaos in a hotel and received a four-month sentence in France for beating his pregnant girlfriend. AFP PHOTO/MAHMUD TURKIA
A reproduction of an undated file photo of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's daughter Aisha found in a family album at his wrecked former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011. Aisha gave birth to a baby girl at an undisclosed location in Algeria on August 30, 2011, the day after Algeria authorised the entry of ousted Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's wife and three children, including Aisha, for "strictly humanitarian reasons". AFP PHOTO
A reproduction of an undated photo of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's daughter Aisha and son Khamis found in a family album at his wrecked former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011. Aisha gave birth to a baby girl at an undisclosed location in Algeria on August 30, 2011, the day after Algeria authorised the entry of ousted Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's wife and three children, including Aisha, for "strictly humanitarian reasons". AFP PHOTO
A reproduction of an undated file photo of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's daughter Aisha during a social event at an undisclosed location found in a family album at his wrecked former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011. Aisha gave birth to a baby girl at an undisclosed location in Algeria on August 30, 2011, the day after Algeria authorised the entry of ousted Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's wife and three children, including Aisha, for "strictly humanitarian reasons". AFP PHOTO
A reproduction of an undated file photo found in a family album at Moamer Kadhaf's former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011 shows Kadhafi's daughter Aisha (L) hugging an unidentified guest on her wedding day. Aisha Kadhafi gave birth to a baby girl in Algeria on August 30, 2011 as Algiers said it decided to grant safe haven to the wife and three children of the ousted Libyan leader for "strictly humanitarian reasons." AFP PHOTO/HO
A reproduction of an undated file photo found in a family album at Moamer Kadhafi's former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 30, 2011 shows Kadhafi's wife Safiya. Algiers said it decided to grant safe haven to the wife and three children of the ousted Libyan leader for "strictly humanitarian reasons." AFP PHOTO/HO
A reproduction of an undated file photo of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's daughter Aisha in Europe found in a family album at his wrecked former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011. Aisha gave birth to a baby girl at an undisclosed location in Algeria on August 30, 2011, the day after Algeria authorised the entry of ousted Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's wife and three children, including Aisha, for "strictly humanitarian reasons". AFP PHOTO
A reproduction of an undated file photo found in a family album at Moamer Kadhafi's former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011 shows Kadhafi's daughter Aisha (R) and her mother Safiya (C) with an unidentified plane crew. Aisha Kadhafi gave birth to a baby girl in Algeria on August 30, 2011 as Algiers said it decided to grant safe haven to the wife and three children of the ousted Libyan leader for "strictly humanitarian reasons." AFP PHOTO/HO
A reproduction of an undated file photo found in a family album at Moamer Kadhafi's former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 30, 2011 shows Kadhafi's wife Safiya (L). Algiers said it decided to grant safe haven to the wife and three children of the ousted Libyan leader for "strictly humanitarian reasons." AFP PHOTO/HO
An undated photo shows the wife of Libya's embattled leader Moamer Kadhafi, Safiya (standing), during a family wedding, found in a family album at his wrecked former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 28, 2011. AFP PHOTO
A reproduction of an undated file photo found in a family album at Moamer Kadhafi's former headquarters in Tripoli's Bab al-Aziziya compound on August 30, 2011 shows Kadhafi (C) meeting with then Syrian president Hafez al-Assad and his sons Bassel (2nd-L) and Maher (L) in Damascus. AFP PHOTO/HO

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