Amnesty: Inquiry needed into Qaddafi's death

Mark Phillips looks back on Muammar Qaddafi's 42-year reign over Libya, the longest dictatorship in the Arab world.
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LONDON - Amnesty International has called on Libyan revolutionary fighters to make public the full facts of how Muammar Qaddafi died, saying all members of the former regime should be treated humanely.

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Confused and sometimes contradictory accounts have emerged of how the former Libyan ruler was captured.

The London-based rights group said Thursday it was essential to conduct "a full, independent and impartial inquiry to establish the circumstances of Col. Qaddafi's death."