Libyan civil war

Muammar Gaddafi ruled Libya for more than 40 years and made corruption, torture, executions, lack of respect for human rights daily occurrence. His methods of banning anyone opposing his ideology, along with criminalization of the peaceful protests and denying the right to free speech led to a major conflict. In 2011, as the wave of revolutions hit the Arab world, the Libyan people rebelled against their formal leader and started a civil war. Urban fights that were fought daily took a death toll over 6000 people and lasted for several months. Finally, Gaddafi was captured alive from a drain under a motorway in Sirte, where he was hiding with a small group of bodyguards. Some claim that he was killed while putting up a desperate last fight for freedom. Read more on the course of Libyan civil war...

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