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Gaddafi at the end …

Why former Liban leader Muammar Gaddafi was ‘angry and disappointed’ in his final days:

"He thought his people should love him until the end. He felt he had done so many good things for them and for Libya. He also felt betrayed by men who had seemed to be his friends, like [former British Prime Minister] Tony Blair and [Italian Premier] Silvio Berlusconi."

- Mansour Dhao Ibrahim, one of Gaddafi’s inner circle and one of the most wanted men in Libya, now in custody.

See the BBC’s report here.

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