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The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
The Fall of the Libyan Government
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The Fall of the Libyan Government

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  • 1. The Fall of the Libyan Government By: Joe Varney
  • 2. 1969
    • Captain Muammar Gaddafi gains control of Libya in 1969 at the age of 27 years old. – Associated Press Photo
  • 3. 1971
    • Gaddafi in army outfit, 1971, 2 years after taking control of Libya.– Terence Spencer/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
  • 4. 1973
    • Gaddafi prays in part of the Libyan Desert with another soldier.- Geneviève Chauvel/Sygma/ Corbis
  • 5. 1975
    • Gaddafi reads his Green Book which was published in 1975.-Reuters
  • 6. 1985
    • Gaddafi 1985.-Reg Lancaster/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images
  • 7. 1989
    • Barbara Walter interviewing Gaddafi.-Darius Kadivar
  • 8. 1994
    • Libyan army 25 th anniversary since Gaddafi’s power.-AP Photo
  • 9. 1997
    • Mandela presents award to Gaddafi. It is the most prestigious award a foreign being can receive.-Foreign Reporters
  • 10. 2001
    • Monument of a U.S plane being crushed by a Libyan fist in 2001 in Tripoli outside of Gaddafi’s residence.- Desmond Boylan
  • 11. 2010
    • Libya rebels protest against Gaddafi 2010.-Afghan News
  • 12. 2011
    • U.S attacking Libya and Gaddafi 2011.-U.S Navy
  • 13. 2011
    • Rebels kill Gaddafi in 2011 after 42 years of his rule.- Thaier al-Sudani

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