‘I shot people, I don’t know how many:’ Loyalists stick to Gadhafi

Published on 04 September 2011

Tripoli is beginning to move again. Bottled water from the World Food Program relieves the beleaguered city’s thirst. The Gadhafi clan’s rants seem irrelevant. And rebels are moving on his last strongholds. But while it’s increasingly clear Moammar Gadhafi will have no role in the future of Libya, his influence remains.

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