In a meat locker.
The president was expected to do well on domestic politics and struggle with foreign affairs.
Sort of, if you're not paying very close attention.
She's still not great with geography.
A Libyan rebel soldier doesn't "do" guns.
They're capable of shooting down a commercial plane, and they could be anywhere.
Mustafa Abdel Jalil made his first public address in Tripoli on Monday.
The Libyan leader says he's still in the country and vows to keep fighting.
In a new statement, the dictator denied that he had fled to Niger.
But he's still talking.
While Saadi considers giving in, Saif vows to fight until "martyrdom or victory."
Rebels "laughed out loud" at the thought.
Loyalist forces have until Saturday to surrender. Or else.
Qaddafi's army reportedly used children as human shields.
Also, his daughter that "died" fifteen years ago is alive.
CNN found him in a supposedly near-comatose state.
It's unclear whether this is true, but there is optimism among the rebels.