Good Riddance, Gaddafi

Vandewalle, Dirk
September 2011
Newsweek (Pacific Edition);9/5/2011 (Pacific Edition), Vol. 158 Issue 10, p2
The author comments on the fall of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. It details how the final days of Gaddafi's regime came swiftly and unexpectedly at the hands of rebels in western Libya, and the role played by the North American Treaty Organization (NATO)-led campaign that began in March 2011. It highlights the challenges facing Libya following the fall of Gaddafi's regime.


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