Arrest raises hopes of Gaddafi find

One of Muammar Gaddafi's close friends is being questioned in the hope that he will point them to the deposed Libyan leader.

September 5, 2011 14:32


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Ahmed Abdallah Oun, a general and head of Libya's military college, is being questioned in the hope he will point them to the deposed leader's hiding place. Oun's two sons were also detained during the raid in Tripoli.

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The rebels say the team who raided his home found important files, letters and secret documents.

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An official of the rebel National Movement for Liberation told reporters Oun's being well-treated.

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