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Supporters of Col. Moammar Gadhafi in Bamako, Mali, rally in March in support of the longtime Libyan leader, whose regime was under siege by rebels at the time. Many in Mali mourned the Oct. 20 death of Gadhafi, who was captured and killed by the rebels, because Mali was one of many African nations on which he had lavished some of Libya's oil wealth. 
(Associated Press)

Supporters of Col. Moammar Gadhafi in Bamako, Mali, rally in March in support of the longtime Libyan leader, whose regime was under siege by rebels at the time. Many in Mali mourned the Oct. 20 death of Gadhafi, who was captured and killed by the rebels, because Mali was one of many African nations on which he had lavished some of Libya's oil wealth. (Associated Press)

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