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Topic - Abu Bakr Younis
A Misrata military council official said Moammar Gadhafi, his son Muatassim and a top aide were buried at dawn Tuesday in a secret location, with a few relatives and officials in attendance.
Moammar Gadhafi was buried at dawn Tuesday in an unmarked grave in a modest Islamic ceremony, closing the book on his nearly 42-year rule of Libya and the eight-month civil war to oust him.
With Libyans lining up to view Moammar Gadhafi's corpse for a fourth day, the country's interim leader promised Monday to investigate how the longtime dictator was captured alive then killed a short time later, after he came under strong international pressure to explain what happened.
Mounting calls for an investigation into whether Col. Moammar Gadhafi was executed in custody overshadowed plans by Libya's new rulers Sunday to declare liberation and a formal end to the eight-month civil war that toppled the longtime dictator.