The latest rumor places Qaddafi near the Algerian border
Saif al-Islam Qaddafi, son of the former Libyan dictator, appeared in a court today. One of the last remaining symbols of his father's regime, Qaddafi is caught in a weird legal nexus between the country's new government and the international criminal court.
Saadi says Muammar gave him official power to negotiate with rebels
The congressman allegedly solicited damaging information on the rebels
Saif is described as both proud of and beholden to his family name
Rebel leaders had said he was in their custody
Says his dad is still in Tripoli and in good health.
He tells the Times the regime is partnering with Islamists
Saif al-Islam says the west won't get the "fast war" it's looking for
The ICC is building a crimes against humanity case against the Libyan leader
Three of Qaddafi's grandchildren were also killed and the dictator narrowly escaped
The proposal is riddled with problems
Says Muammar Qaddafi will not step down over this "misunderstanding"
A former student of the London School of Economics dishes
Squatters seize a Qaddafi London mansion; Hollywood shuns Qaddafi movie money
The regime made some pretty serious donations to the school, but it doesn't end there
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