Posts Tagged “Libya”

Abdullah al-Senussi Captured

The family that ruled together falls together as reports come in today that Abdullah al-Senussi was also captured in Sabha, Libya – a day after the arrest of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi. Bing, bang, boom – that completes the trifecta of Libyans sought by the ICC. Unfortunately it does not seem either survivor will be touring […]

Get Him To The Hague!

It has been a long, arduous road for embattled son-of-a-dictator Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, but the wanted and reclusive man resurfaced on 19 November 2011 in Sabha, Libya – thanks to the hard work of rebel forces. He appears in the following video incognito, but a hungry audience awaits him showing his face in the International Criminal Court. Libya: get that […]

Where Are They Now?: Abdullah Senussi

Let’s travel back to Libya for a moment. Back to Libya in early 2011. Back before the dictator was dead – or even ousted. Before his son Saif was on the run. Back in those days there was a coup – and after that coup, there were three little indictments. One for papa. One for […]

Where Are They Now?: Saif al-Islam Qaddafi

Some boys want to be just like dad, and some boys don’t. Saif al-Islam Qaddafi was born the second son to Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi in 1972. He never knew a Libya not under his father’s rule. In earlier days, when the Qaddafi regime knew more tranquil times, the man widely considered heir to the […]

Where Are They Now?: Muammar Qaddafi

Although a household name today, Muammar Qaddafi is a man from humble beginnings. He was born in a tent in the Libyan desert in 1942. The nomadic ways of Bedouin life were not in Qaddafi’s dreams, however. As a young man, he studied hard and graduated from military academy in 1965 – and by 1969 […]

Justice Here, There, Anywhere?

There is much speculation about what will happen with the Tripoli Three — Muammar Gaddafi, Saif Gaddafi, and Abdullah al-Senussi — all indicted by the International Criminal Court in a move that is seen as having supported and contributed to the shockingly quick “Responsibility to Protect” military response in Libya.  After what the Libyan people […]

Bashir’s Game

It’s a deadly game, and Sudan’s al-Bashir knows how to play it.  If you’re a soccer fan, this will sound familiar.  In a match, you see a player that plays rough, always at the edge of what’s legal on the field.  He pushes opponents, using shoulders, elbows, and knees.  On contested headers, he goes in […]

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