Terrorism: Tit for Tat in Tripoli

Tit for Tat in Tripoli

The rift between Libya and the West widened last week as Colonel Muammar Gaddafi ordered the expulsion of more than 100 Italians, Spaniards and Britons from his beleaguered country in retaliation for the recent ouster of dozens of Libyans from West European nations. Gaddafi insisted that European governments had acted under pressure from "American terrorism."

Meanwhile, evidence of links between Gaddafi and terrorism mounted. Turkish prosecutors investigating a plot to attack a U.S. officers' club said hand grenades intended for the assault were brought into the country in Libyan diplomatic baggage. And the Gaddafi-backed organization led by Palestinian Terrorist Abu Nidal...

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