Gaddafi will sue agency that reported his coma

May 15, 2007 17:23


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Libya's leader, Muammar Gaddafi said Tuesday that he intends to sue the Palestinian Ma'an news agency for erroneously reporting on Monday that he had suffered a seizure and was in a coma. The BBC reported Gaddafi had claimed that the erroneous report was another in a long line of disrespectful Arab moves aimed at him. "The Arabs, and those who control them, are behind all of this. But we intend to press charges against this news agency. From now on, no one will lie and get away with it. They will be brought to justice."

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