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Sirte

of his body showed that he had wounds in the abdomen, chest, and head. Rebels argued over whether to kill Gaddafi as he begged for his life – The Daily Telegraph – 21 October 2011


National Transitional Council

, judges and respected local people was formed in order to provide civic administration and public services within the city. Residents have organised to direct traffic and collect refuse. Many shops and businesses have opened again. A newspaper

killed as Sirte falls – live coverage work The Guardian location UK date 20 October 2011 accessdate 20 October 2011 first Adam last Gabbatt A rebel who identified himself as Senad el-Sadik el-Ureybi later claimed to have shot and killed Gaddafi. He claimed to have shot Gaddafi in the head and chest, and that it took half an hour for him to die.


Misrata

news url http: www.guardian.co.uk world middle-east-live 2011 oct 20 gaddafi-killed-sirte-falls-live title Gaddafi killed as Sirte falls – live coverage work The Guardian location UK date 20 October 2011 accessdate 20 October 2011 first Adam last Gabbatt A rebel who identified himself as Senad el-Sadik el-Ureybi later claimed to have shot and killed Gaddafi. He claimed to have shot Gaddafi in the head and chest, and that it took half an hour for him to die.


NASA

2005 season 2 number 9 American sports network ESPN used "City of Blinding Lights" in their 2006 FIFA World Cup television commercials; the piece, titled "Anthem", featured narration about the sport by Bono, which was set against a montage of children playing football (Association football) across the globe and video of the band in concert (Vertigo 05: Live from Milan).

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Japan

CAMERA COVERAGE work The New York Times date November 26, 1963 page 11 In the three days following the Kennedy assassination, Relay 1 handled a total of 11 spot broadcasts; eight to Europe and three to Japan. All the useful passes of the satellite were made available to permit immediate coverage of the tragic events.


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