Полковник Каддафи потерял свой последний оплот

23 Августа 2011, 22:05

Сегодня повстанцы захватили резиденцию лидера Ливии. Он сам якобы бежал. Фото Getty Images, AFP

TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), ROME - AUGUST 30: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attends a ceremony for the Italia - Libya friendship day at Salvo D'Acquisto barracks, on August 30, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Gadaffi is on an official two-day visit to Italy for talks with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The visit also marks the second anniversary of a friendship treaty between Italy and Lybia (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images), A combo of file pictures created on April 20, 2011 shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Kadhafi is facing an unprecedented challenge to his four-decade rule of the oil-rich North African country as forces loyal to his regime continue to battle rebels who have launched an uprising since mid February. Moamer Kadhafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "clearly crumbling," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said early Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory. AFP PHOTO / - / FILES , 391456 02: Al-Saadi Qadhafi, right, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi, walks through Narita International Airport July 4, 2001 near Tokyo as he leaves for Paris. Qadhafi, who wrapped up a weeklong visit at the invitation of the Japanese Football Association, said that Libya wants to boost ties with Japan and also wants Japanese companies to participate in projects to develop infrastructure in Libya. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images), VIENNA, AUSTRIA - FEBRUARY 23: Seif el-Islam el-Qaddafi, son of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, and an unidentified guest (R) attend the 50th Vienna Opera Ball at the Vienna State Opera February 23, 2006 in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images), L'AQUILA, ITALY - JULY 10: Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi arrives for a meeting of the G8 Summit at the Guardia Di Finanza School of Coppito on July 10, 2009 in L'Aquila, Italy. World leaders attending the G8 summit are expected to discuss tackling world hunger and the global reduction of greenhouse gases. (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), ROME - AUGUST 30: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attends a ceremony for the Italia - Libya friendship day at Salvo D'Acquisto barracks, on August 30, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Gadaffi is on an official two-day visit to Italy for talks with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The visit also marks the second anniversary of a friendship treaty between Italy and Lybia (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images), A combo of file pictures created on April 20, 2011 shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Kadhafi is facing an unprecedented challenge to his four-decade rule of the oil-rich North African country as forces loyal to his regime continue to battle rebels who have launched an uprising since mid February. Moamer Kadhafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "clearly crumbling," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said early Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory. AFP PHOTO / - / FILES
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TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), ROME - AUGUST 30: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attends a ceremony for the Italia - Libya friendship day at Salvo D'Acquisto barracks, on August 30, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Gadaffi is on an official two-day visit to Italy for talks with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The visit also marks the second anniversary of a friendship treaty between Italy and Lybia (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images), A combo of file pictures created on April 20, 2011 shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Kadhafi is facing an unprecedented challenge to his four-decade rule of the oil-rich North African country as forces loyal to his regime continue to battle rebels who have launched an uprising since mid February. Moamer Kadhafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "clearly crumbling," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said early Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory. AFP PHOTO / - / FILES , 391456 02: Al-Saadi Qadhafi, right, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi, walks through Narita International Airport July 4, 2001 near Tokyo as he leaves for Paris. Qadhafi, who wrapped up a weeklong visit at the invitation of the Japanese Football Association, said that Libya wants to boost ties with Japan and also wants Japanese companies to participate in projects to develop infrastructure in Libya. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images), VIENNA, AUSTRIA - FEBRUARY 23: Seif el-Islam el-Qaddafi, son of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, and an unidentified guest (R) attend the 50th Vienna Opera Ball at the Vienna State Opera February 23, 2006 in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images), L'AQUILA, ITALY - JULY 10: Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi arrives for a meeting of the G8 Summit at the Guardia Di Finanza School of Coppito on July 10, 2009 in L'Aquila, Italy. World leaders attending the G8 summit are expected to discuss tackling world hunger and the global reduction of greenhouse gases. (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images), SIRTE, LIBYA - MAY 29: Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) meets with Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi on May 29, 2007 in Sirte, Libya. Mr Blair is on a five day visit to meet with African leaders as he prepares to stand down as Britain's Prime Minister on June 27, 2007. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
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TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), ROME - AUGUST 30: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attends a ceremony for the Italia - Libya friendship day at Salvo D'Acquisto barracks, on August 30, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Gadaffi is on an official two-day visit to Italy for talks with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The visit also marks the second anniversary of a friendship treaty between Italy and Lybia (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images), A combo of file pictures created on April 20, 2011 shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Kadhafi is facing an unprecedented challenge to his four-decade rule of the oil-rich North African country as forces loyal to his regime continue to battle rebels who have launched an uprising since mid February. Moamer Kadhafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "clearly crumbling," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said early Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory. AFP PHOTO / - / FILES , 391456 02: Al-Saadi Qadhafi, right, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi, walks through Narita International Airport July 4, 2001 near Tokyo as he leaves for Paris. Qadhafi, who wrapped up a weeklong visit at the invitation of the Japanese Football Association, said that Libya wants to boost ties with Japan and also wants Japanese companies to participate in projects to develop infrastructure in Libya. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), ROME - AUGUST 30: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attends a ceremony for the Italia - Libya friendship day at Salvo D'Acquisto barracks, on August 30, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Gadaffi is on an official two-day visit to Italy for talks with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The visit also marks the second anniversary of a friendship treaty between Italy and Lybia (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images), A combo of file pictures created on April 20, 2011 shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Kadhafi is facing an unprecedented challenge to his four-decade rule of the oil-rich North African country as forces loyal to his regime continue to battle rebels who have launched an uprising since mid February. Moamer Kadhafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "clearly crumbling," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said early Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory. AFP PHOTO / - / FILES , 391456 02: Al-Saadi Qadhafi, right, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi, walks through Narita International Airport July 4, 2001 near Tokyo as he leaves for Paris. Qadhafi, who wrapped up a weeklong visit at the invitation of the Japanese Football Association, said that Libya wants to boost ties with Japan and also wants Japanese companies to participate in projects to develop infrastructure in Libya. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images), VIENNA, AUSTRIA - FEBRUARY 23: Seif el-Islam el-Qaddafi, son of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, and an unidentified guest (R) attend the 50th Vienna Opera Ball at the Vienna State Opera February 23, 2006 in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), ROME - AUGUST 30: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attends a ceremony for the Italia - Libya friendship day at Salvo D'Acquisto barracks, on August 30, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Gadaffi is on an official two-day visit to Italy for talks with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The visit also marks the second anniversary of a friendship treaty between Italy and Lybia (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images), A combo of file pictures created on April 20, 2011 shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Kadhafi is facing an unprecedented challenge to his four-decade rule of the oil-rich North African country as forces loyal to his regime continue to battle rebels who have launched an uprising since mid February. Moamer Kadhafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "clearly crumbling," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said early Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory. AFP PHOTO / - / FILES , 391456 02: Al-Saadi Qadhafi, right, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi, walks through Narita International Airport July 4, 2001 near Tokyo as he leaves for Paris. Qadhafi, who wrapped up a weeklong visit at the invitation of the Japanese Football Association, said that Libya wants to boost ties with Japan and also wants Japanese companies to participate in projects to develop infrastructure in Libya. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images), VIENNA, AUSTRIA - FEBRUARY 23: Seif el-Islam el-Qaddafi, son of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, and an unidentified guest (R) attend the 50th Vienna Opera Ball at the Vienna State Opera February 23, 2006 in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images), L'AQUILA, ITALY - JULY 10: Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi arrives for a meeting of the G8 Summit at the Guardia Di Finanza School of Coppito on July 10, 2009 in L'Aquila, Italy. World leaders attending the G8 summit are expected to discuss tackling world hunger and the global reduction of greenhouse gases. (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images), SIRTE, LIBYA - MAY 29: Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) meets with Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi on May 29, 2007 in Sirte, Libya. Mr Blair is on a five day visit to meet with African leaders as he prepares to stand down as Britain's Prime Minister on June 27, 2007. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images), BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: Libyan Leader Muammar Gadaffi is seen in the Belgian Chamber on April 28, 2004 in Brussels, Belgium. Gadaffi's visit to Europe is his first for 15 years. (Photo by Mark Renders/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), ROME - AUGUST 30: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attends a ceremony for the Italia - Libya friendship day at Salvo D'Acquisto barracks, on August 30, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Gadaffi is on an official two-day visit to Italy for talks with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The visit also marks the second anniversary of a friendship treaty between Italy and Lybia (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images), A combo of file pictures created on April 20, 2011 shows Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi. Kadhafi is facing an unprecedented challenge to his four-decade rule of the oil-rich North African country as forces loyal to his regime continue to battle rebels who have launched an uprising since mid February. Moamer Kadhafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "clearly crumbling," NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said early Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory. AFP PHOTO / - / FILES , 391456 02: Al-Saadi Qadhafi, right, the son of Libyan leader Muammar Qadhafi, walks through Narita International Airport July 4, 2001 near Tokyo as he leaves for Paris. Qadhafi, who wrapped up a weeklong visit at the invitation of the Japanese Football Association, said that Libya wants to boost ties with Japan and also wants Japanese companies to participate in projects to develop infrastructure in Libya. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images), VIENNA, AUSTRIA - FEBRUARY 23: Seif el-Islam el-Qaddafi, son of Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, and an unidentified guest (R) attend the 50th Vienna Opera Ball at the Vienna State Opera February 23, 2006 in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images), L'AQUILA, ITALY - JULY 10: Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi arrives for a meeting of the G8 Summit at the Guardia Di Finanza School of Coppito on July 10, 2009 in L'Aquila, Italy. World leaders attending the G8 summit are expected to discuss tackling world hunger and the global reduction of greenhouse gases. (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images), SIRTE, LIBYA - MAY 29: Prime Minister Tony Blair (L) meets with Colonel Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi on May 29, 2007 in Sirte, Libya. Mr Blair is on a five day visit to meet with African leaders as he prepares to stand down as Britain's Prime Minister on June 27, 2007. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images), BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 28: Libyan Leader Muammar Gadaffi is seen in the Belgian Chamber on April 28, 2004 in Brussels, Belgium. Gadaffi's visit to Europe is his first for 15 years. (Photo by Mark Renders/Getty Images) , BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - APRIL 27: Libyan leader Muammer Gaddafi is seen at the European Commission on April 27, 2004 in Brussels, Belgium. Gaddafi is in Brussels visiting the European Union and is his first visit to Europe since 1989. (Photo by Mark Renders/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 5, 2001: (FILE PHOTO) Colonel Muammar al Gadhafi tells reporters that the guilty verdict of Abdel Baset Ali Megrahi in the 1988 Pam Am Flight 103 bombing trial was a farce and trivialized the evidence used to convict him February 5, 2001 in Tripoli, Libya. U.N. diplomats said August 12, 2003 that the U.S., Britain and Libya have reached an agreement that Gadhafi's government would renounce terrorism, provide compensation to the families of the Pan Am victims and accept responsibility for the 1988 mid-air bombing of the plane over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed more than 270. The $2.7 billion settlement that Libya is expected to pay is about $10 million per victim and will be placed into the U.N.-controlled Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland. The three governments met August 11, 2003 in London to discuss how Libya could meet the final requirements needed for the removal of U.N. sanctions imposed after the bombing. (Photo by Courtney Kealy/Getty Images), Libyan political and military leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Majorca, Spain. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, shaking hands with Maltese people during a rally at Cospicua. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images), 23rd May 1976: Colonel Muammar al Gaddafi, the Libyan political and military leader who returned the country to the fundamental principles of Islam. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images), ROME - AUGUST 30: Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi attends a ceremony for the Italia - Libya friendship day at Salvo D'Acquisto barracks, on August 30, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Gadaffi is on an official two-day visit to Italy for talks with Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. The visit also marks the second anniversary of a friendship treaty between Italy and Lybia (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images)

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