Mary Beth Sheridan

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The American leader of NATO, Admiral James Stavridis, used Facebook today to  tell the world  he'll recommend the end of the NATO mission in Libya.

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The American leader of NATO, Admiral James Stavridis, used Facebook today to tell the world he'll recommend the end of the NATO mission in Libya.

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The dictator who terrorized Libya for 42 years was killed today, shot while trying to escape rebel forces in his hometown of Sirte.

The Death of Moammar Gadhafi

The dictator who terrorized Libya for 42 years was killed today, shot while trying to escape rebel forces in his hometown of Sirte.

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Since rebel forces deposed Moammar Gadhafi two months ago, he's been on the run.

The Death of Moammar Gadhafi

Since rebel forces deposed Moammar Gadhafi two months ago, he's been on the run.

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