Bringing Down Gaddafi

Bringing Down Gaddafi

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In February 2011, Andrei Netto, a reporter for O Estado de SApo Paulo , one of Brazil's main newspapers, traveled without permission into a region of Libya controlled by the regime, aiming to cover the first armed revolution of the Arab Spring. One of the first foreigners to reveal to the world the extent of the uprisings, he spoke to hundreds of Libyans, including many of the students, shopkeepers, doctors, teachers, and intellectuals who armed themselves with rifles, grenades, and anti-aircraft guns to attack the armored vehicles of an illegitimate regime responsible for 42 years of torture, murder, and terrorism. This is their story. A unique and memorable account of a revolutionary war, Bringing Down Gaddafi provides previously unpublished information about the Libyan conflict, including the circumstances of Gaddafi's death, behind the scenes diplomacy at the UN Security Council, and the supply of weapons to the Libyan rebels from abroad. Andrei Netto's testimony alerts the world to the atrocities committed by both sides in the conflict ended with Muammar Gaddafi's summary execution on the outskirts of his home city. Netto provides a powerful journalistic narrative with the spirit of a road movie and the elements of suspense worthy of a thriller.Other men came in behind us carrying our rucksacks, which they then began to empty. They paid attention to ... One of the men set about changing the batteries while his colleagues turned their attention to my MacBook laptop. They seemedanbsp;...

Title:Bringing Down Gaddafi
Author:Andrei Netto
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2014-06-03


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