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Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the man convicted of the Pan Am 103 bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing 270 were killed (189 of them Americans), has died, according to his brother.
Veteran foreign correspondent Anthony Shadid died while on assignment for the NY Times in Syria yesterday, of an apparent asthma attack.
The only person found guilty of killing hundreds of people in the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 in 1988 is still alive, but he swears he'll be dead soon so please leave him alone.
Dissent around the world has made Time select "The Protester" as its Person of the Year.
When asked what the chances of Gadhafi getting a fair trial in an international criminal court are, a professor replied, "Almost zero."
Barron, a former Black Panther member who chairs the city's Higher Education Committee, has previously hosted a reception for Zimbabwe's cruel dictator Robert Mugabe.
Greenwald will be speaking about his book with Rolling Stone contributor Matt Taibbi at 7 p.m. tonight at powerHouse Arena in DUMBO.
While Gadhafi's body was put in a meat freezer, the corpse was decomposing because the door was being open so many times.
While there are several different accounts of how Gadhafi was killed after he was captured, a witness said that rebels shot Gadhafi with his own favorite golden gun in the midst of the chaos.
There are conflicting ideas about what to do with Gadhafi's burial. Also, there's confusion about how he died.
Who knew a sitcom from the team behind Punky Brewster could be so prescient?
[UPDATES] There are conflicting reports that former Libyan dictator Moammer Gadhafi was either killed or captured as he tried to flee the city of Sirte.
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