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CLIP 14355

The spot where Gaddafi was killed

The spot where Gaddafi was killed

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Key Info
  • The spot where Gaddafi was killed
  • Duration: 02:33
  • Nel Hedayat, a young girl from London, travels to the site in Libya where Colonel Gaddafi was captured and killed. She is accompanied by Alla, a girl from the nearby town of Misrata, and a small militia to protect them from any rogue Gaddafi forces. They see the burnt out vehicles of Gaddafi's convey, hit by a NATO airstrike as he tried to flee his hometown of Sirte, and the storm drain he was caught hiding in by rebel fighters. First broadcast on 'Riots and Revolutions: My Arab Journey' in March 2012.
  • Subject:

    Citizenship and Modern Studies


    International Conflict

  • Keywords: RiotsandRevolutions, Arab Spring, democracy, oppression, liberation, execution, revolution, war, conflict
Ideas for use in class
  • Could be useful in discussions of conflict resolution and the role of NATO. It could be used as a stimulus to examine the Just War theory in the context of Peace and Conflict.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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