Monthly Archives: November 2011

Saif al-Islam: Hotmani claims he betrayed him to ambushers

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi was betrayed to his captors by Yusef Saleh al-Hotmani, a Libyan nomad who says he was hired to help Muammar Gaddafi’s son escape to neighbouring Niger on the promise he would be paid one million euros. Ten … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Tahrir Square November 18 protest

Egypt’s ‘Friday of One Demand’ largest Tahrir protest since July, as Islamists dominate a rally by forces from across Egypt’s political and ideological spectrum demanding a swift transfer of power. Tens of thousands of Egyptians rallied November 18 in Cairo’s … Continue reading

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Saif al Islam: U.S. holds security talks with locals at Agadez Niger

Niger’s army intercepted a convoy of cars traveling south from Libya toward Mali, and a cache of arms was seized in the ensuing clash, the ministry of defense said November 9. [November 8]U.S. military and government representatives held security talks … Continue reading

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Seif al-Islam protected by South African mercenaries hired by Sarah Penfold, or George Fivaz or Hart Security?

“The 19 missing in Libya are all ex-police officers,”. The South Africans mercenaries were apparently paid $15000 (R125000) each. Interviews for the extraction operations were conducted on August 17 at the Balalaika Hotel in Sandton by Sarah Penfold, who operates … Continue reading

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