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Members of late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's family who fled to Algeria during the 2011 revolt that toppled him from power have left the country, according to Algerian media reports. The reports did not say where Gaddafis' widow Safia and three
Safiya Gadhafi , wife of the Libyan leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi, with her children inside their Bedouin tent January 12, 1986. Three of them, who fled Libya last year and found refuge in Algeria, have lately found themselves unwelcome.
A high-ranking Libyan source informed Asharq Al-Awsat that the members of the Gaddafi family present in Algeria, with the exception of his widow Safia Farkash, left the country for a third country, refusing to reveal further details at the present
While some firms may be coy about revealing their interests, it appears that others have been put off by the arrest and imprisonment of ABB workers in 2008 and the continued unpredictability in the country ahead of this week's elections. Not even
Hannibal Gaddafi, who suggested a Libyan state-owned company buy the 333-metre cruise liner, is thought to have fled to Algeria. Photograph: Morten Juhl/EPA/Corbis A company run by one of Italy's richest men has bought a 1,751-cabin cruise ship that
Hannibal, the 4th son of Col Gaddafi, was a man with an affinity for water. A trained seaman, he was the in-charge of Libya’s Maritime industry. 36-year old Hannibal Gaddafi was planning to own a dream luxury cruise liner '
Gaddafi's son wanted cruise ship with a shark tank London: Hannibal Gaddafi, the fourth son of deposed Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, had reportedly ordered a playboy cruise ship with an in-built shark tank to entertain guests. Hannibal, who
Harvey Rishikof filed his lawsuit against the Swiss government at the federal court in Washington on December 22...Trudith Rishikof was crossing a busy street in the US capital on October 6 when she was knocked down by a four-wheel drive Swiss
Shweyga Mullah's face lights up with a smile that spreads like a sunrise across her face. She's just arrived at a party, organized by the small Ethiopian community on Malta. It's the first time she's seen many of her new friends since being
In his first interview to a Swiss media outlet, Sliman Bouchuiguir says he believes the Libyan side would like to see Swiss companies contribute to the reconstruction process. Bouchuiguir, who was secretary-general of the Libyan League for Human