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John Heilemann on
: Qaddafi Death Backlash
Some Republicans say the mission wasn’t worth the risks.
A Quickly Canceled 1987 Sitcom Predicted the Year of Qaddafi’s Death
They were off by a few months, though.
Muammar Qaddafi Is Still in Libya, Says Muammar Qaddafi
In a new statement, the dictator denied that he had fled to Niger.
Tripoli Documents Link CIA to Qaddafi Spy Operation [Updated]
May have been part of the agency’s “extraordinary rendition” program.
Qaddafi Calls Retreat ‘Tactical Move’
He’s still not ready to give up.
Libyan Rebels Breach Qaddafi’s Compound [Updated]
After heavy gunfire and explosions.
Libyan Rebels Say They’ve Captured Qaddafi’s Son
After meeting little resistance upon entering Tripoli.
Libyan Rebels’ Military Leader Killed
He had been close to Qaddafi before the revolution.
Britain Kicks Out Qaddafi Loyalists
You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here.
Qaddafi Might Be Allowed to Stay in Libya in Exchange for a Cease-fire Deal
His fate will rest in the hands of Libyans. Which might make him want to leave?
The West Continues Strikes, the Arab League Isn’t Happy
And the civilian death toll continues to rise.
Qaddafi Continues Attacks After U.N. Approves Air Strikes [Updated]
Interventions are expected to start immediately.
Clinton: Libya Should Be in U.N. Hands
And fighting continues on multiple fronts.
Coney Island Would Welcome Qaddafi and His Tent
They’re used to freak shows, and plus: fun!