World: An Interview with Gaddafi

Libya's leader predicts the treaty will hurt the U.S.

About halfway through the 90-minute interview in Tobruk, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was interrupted by a military aide who handed him a note. The revolutionary who heads Libya's government paused in his bitter denunciation of the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty just long enough to read the message. Then he smiled wanly, shook his head and waved the aide away with the back of his hand. The note informed Gaddafi that live TV coverage of the White House signing ceremony was beginning in the next room. Gaddafi clearly...

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