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Libya urged to investigate whether al-Gaddafi death was a war crime

21 October 2011 Video evidence and conflicting reports raise questions about how the former Libyan leader died after his capture. Amnesty International today urged the new Libyan authorities to ensure a full, independent and impartial investigation into how Colonel Mu’ammar al-Gaddafi died, saying if he was deliberately killed in captivity it would constitute a war crime.Video footage which emerged yesterday appears to show that Colonel al-Gaddafi was alive when he was captured by anti-Gaddafi troops in Sirte yesterday.“If Colonel al-Gaddafi was killed after his capture, it would constitute…

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