• WordNet 3.6
    • n Qadhafi Libyan leader who seized power in a military coup d'etat in 1969; deposed the Libyan monarchy and imposed socialism and Islamic orthodoxy on the country (born in 1942)
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In news:

The Challenges of Libya's Post- Qadhafi Transition.
Report Claims US Tortured Qadhafi 's Opponents on Bush's Watch.
Saif al-Islam Qadhafi , Tyrant's Son, Captured by Rebels.
Reports say Qadhafi 's dead, but the US still has a role to play in Libya.
Qadhafi 's Death Won't Mean End for US Role in Libya.
The United States has been entrenched in Libya since March 19, when the first airstrikes against Col. Muammar Qadhafi 's regime began.
Deposed Libyan dictator Muammar Qadhafi is out with a defiant new message just hours before President Obama is set to meet with leaders of Libya's transitional government in New York City.
Muammar Qadhafi vowed on Thursday that he would never surrender and that his country could "be engulfed in flames," according to a report on Syrian television.
A leaked US diplomatic cable shows that Arizona Republican Senator John McCain promised to help Libyan dictator Muammar Qadhafi obtain US military hardware in 2009.
7 Challenges for Post- Qadhafi Libya.
Dark smoke continues to billow from Col. Muammar Qadhafi 's compound in Tripoli, and reports suggest that rebels are close—whether that means hours or days—to claiming the capital city.
Ronald Reagan and Moammar Qadhafi .
Moammar Qadhafi speaking in 1986 during a time of heightened tension between Libya and the United States.
Qadhafi, and a Tube of Vaseline .
Ronald Reagan and Moammar Qadhafi.