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Saif al-Arab Gaddafi The student tearaway. He was instrumental in winning compensation from Italy, Libya's former colonial ruler, and he pushed the awarding of compensation to the victims of Libyan-sponsored terrorist attacks, including the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 over Lockerbie and UTA Flight 772 over Chad.
They were released, but the Libyan regime later jailed two Swiss businessmen in apparent revenge. At large.
In Libya News. He has been married twice, producing eight biological children — seven of them sons — and adopting two more.
She heads Libya's biggest charity and was made a UN goodwill ambassador working on HIV and women's rights, before being stripped of the role as the civil war erupted. Home News Sport Business. Unknown, reported dead by rebels.
T he Libyan authorities are understood to view it as part of an effort to build national reconciliation following the formation of a new national unity government last month. The decision to allow Safia back along with a number of her grandchildren was rubber-stamped by council officials in Baida around a fortnight ago, according to a number of reports in Libyan media. Believed to have moved to the town of Bin Walid, south of Tripoli.
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The United Nations hopes elections this year could promote stability but others fear a patchwork of militias and rival governments is a recipe for more bloodshed. But she appeared with him during meetings with world leaders - including Nelson Mandela - and took to the airwaves to support of her husband during his brutal suppression of the Libyan uprising in 2011.
Safia Farkash Gaddafi, who defended her husband publicly until his death, was given permission to return to her home of Baida in eastern Libya two weeks ago. Telegraph on Facebook. He suffered head injuries aged three during the 1986 US bombing of Libya in response to the Berlin discotheque bombing. Where are they?
Telegraph News. In June, Zaidi said Saif had been freed in Zintan under an amnesty law passed two years ago by a parliament based in eastern Libya. I n the end, she and her pregnant daughter Aisha left Libya as Tripoli fell, while her husband was hunted down and killed in Sirte three months later.
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