Saif al-Islam not in rebel hands

Gaddafi's son appeared relaxed and unharmed in front of cameras at hotel where foreign reporters are staying in Tripoli.

    Saif al-Islam appeared relaxed and unharmed in front of cameras at the hotel where foreign reporters were staying in Tripoli, refuting claims that he had been captured by the rebel forces.

    He stated that NATO waged "an electronic war" against the people, and that they had "sent gangs and armed groups to Tripoli by sea and civilian vehicles." He promised to take the journalists on a tour of Tripoli to show them "all the hot-spots".

    SOURCE: Agencies


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