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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Arrests and Shootings Chronology Khadafi

After making an escape for months, Muammar Gaddafi has finally been arrested in a state of death. Gaddafi must end her life after being attacked revolutionary forces in Sirte, which is his birthplace.

Here is a chronology of events Gaddafi arrests and shootings, according to Libyan Prime Minister, Mahmoud Jibril, as reported by CNN, Friday (21/10/2011).

- After taking over the town of Bani Walid earlier this week, troops of the National Transition Council turned their attention to the Libyan town of Sirte.

- French fighter jets and an unmanned drone aircraft fired a Hellfire missile. However, an official said Gaddafi survived the attack.

- Around noon on Thursday, officials of the Transitional Council of Libya announced that their fighters had taken control of Sirte.

- In the afternoon, Gaddafi was captured alive and in good health in Sirte. He did not pull through resistance when arrested.

- At the time of arrest, Gaddafi wore a shirt and trousers, carrying a gun.

- Type moved about to be brought into the vehicle that will take him to Misrata, Gaddafi was shot in the right arm.

- Force of the National Transitional Council Gaddafi put into the vehicle. The exchange termbak between council and the army troops Gaddafi loyalists.

- Caught in the crossfire, Gaddafi was shot in the head. Gaddafi died shortly before arriving at the hospital.

- At the hospital, taken DNA samples of blood and saliva. Later declared that the people killed was Gaddafi.

- Council representative informed the Libyan word to the International Criminal Court, which indicted war crimes Gaddafi. After sending photos and a report from a forensic expert, the court gives permission to the authorities in Libya for Gaddafi bury.

- After the troops a break on Thursday afternoon, a crowd of people across Libya rejoice and be soluble in the celebration of the death of Gaddafi.

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