SAIF AL ISLAM GADDAFI

  • Gaddafi son's trial will be in February, says Libya January 5, 2013

    Cairo: Libya has said that Saif alIslam, the son of late leader Muammar Gaddafi whose regime was overthrown in 2011 by opposition forces with NATO's assistance, will go on trial in February. "Saif alIslam Gaddafi, former Prime Minister Baghdadi alMahmoudi and Gaddafi's former spy chief, Abdullah alSenussi will be put on...
  • Gaddafi son eyes safety, talks to Hague October 29, 2011

    The Hague: From deep in the Sahara, fearing that he will share his father's bloody fate at the hands of vengeful Libyans and calling in old favours bought with oil from desert tribes and African strongmen, Saif alIslam Gaddafi may be bartering a future. The International Criminal Court at The Hague...
  • Gaddafi son wants to surrender to ICC, says NTC October 27, 2011

    Tripoli: Saif alIslam Gaddafi, who once vowed to die fighting on Libyan soil, now wants to face international justice instead and avoid any chance of meeting the same grisly end as his father, Libyan officials said. An official of the ruling National Transitional Council (NTC) said on Wednesday that Saif alIslam,...
  • Gaddafi son preparing to flee Libya: NTC October 25, 2011

    Tripoli: Saif alIslam Gaddafi, a fugitive son of the deposed Libyan leader, is near Libya's borders with Niger and Algeria and planning to flee the country using a forged passport, an official with the National Transitional Council said on Monday. "He's on the triangle of Niger and Algeria. He's south of...
  • Libya: Gaddafi defiant despite NATO airstrikes April 15, 2011

    Tripoli: Muammar Gaddafi rolled defiantly through the streets of Tripoli, pumping his fists as he poked through the sun roof of an SUV on Thursday, the same day that NATO airstrikes shook the city. The alliance's foreign ministers, while united in their aim to pressure the Libyan leader to go,...
  • Libyan government aide holds talks in Britain April 2, 2011

    London: A key Libyan official involved in negotiations on the future of Muammar Gaddafi's regime said on Friday that Tripoli was attempting to hold talks with US, Britain and France to find a mutual end to the crisis. AbdulAti alObeidi, a former Libyan prime minister, said Gaddafi's government was reaching out...
  • Gaddafis son: US supporting the wrong side March 20, 2011

    Washington: Expressing surprise at President Barack Obama backing attacks on Libya, Saifal Islam Gaddafi, the son of embattled leader Muammar Gadhafi, blamed the US and its allies for supporting the terrorists and the armed militia in his countr, on Sunday. "Yesterday, we were surprised that the Americans and the British and...
  • Unrest will lead to civil war: Gaddafi's son February 21, 2011

    Tripoli:The son of Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi on early Monday proposed the speedy implementation of significant democratic reforms in the traditionally restrictive country, while warning of a chaotic civil war, return to colonialism and mass poverty if citizens sided with antigovernment demonstrators. "Tomorrow, we can speak rationally, we can spare the...
  • Gaddafi's artist son shows off paintings June 29, 2010

    Moscow: The Libyan leader's artist and reformer son Saif alIslam Gaddafi credited with brokering Tripoli's standoff with the West, kept Russian relations warm on Monday when he showed off his paintings. "It is good here, we are friends," said the shavenheaded 38yearold, before guiding Russian officials through the exhibit "The Desert...