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approved geneva; font-size: small;”>18:29: World Leaders have today reacted emotionally following the killing of Gaddafi. Tony Blair said he was a man who knew how to hug. www.bbcnews.com
18:26: Pro-Gadaffi TV channel Al-Rai finally confirms that former Libyan leader Gadaffi has been killed and Sirte brought to its knees. www.cnn.com
18:20: Time Magazine reports that graphic photos show Gadaffi’s corpse dragged through the streets
17:49: Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) says Gadaffi’s son Mutassim and former head of intelligence in the strongman’s government died in lethal Sirte battle.
16:52: Libyan interim leader Mostafa to go on air a few minutes from now. The world expects video evidence.
16: 50: Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has said that the war in Libya is “over.”
16:30: First picture of blood-soaked Gadaffi is released by NTC.
16: 10: U.S. State Department says it can not confirm or deny reports of Gaddafi’s death or seizure.
Col. Muammar Gadaffi was killed today morning in Sirte, his home town – where he has reportedly been hiding since August. Below are news updates.
Al Jazeera and Libyan state television are reporting that the Libyan dictator has been killed during a gunbattle in Sirte. A senior National Transitional Council official, Abdel Majid, told Reuters by telephone that Gaddafi has died of wounds suffered during his capture in Sirte. Reuters reports that he was wounded in both legs as he “tried to flee in a convoy which NATO warplanes attacked.”
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