Libyan fighter: 'I spoke to Gaddafi before he died'


Libya is still adjusting to life after Colonel Gaddafi, after the dictator was killed in contentious circumstances at the end of October.

Mohammed Sheba was one of the rebel fighters who was there when Gaddafi was pulled from his hiding place in a sewer pipe in the city of Sirte.

In the short time between the deposed leader's capture and his death, Mohammed Sheba had the chance to speak to Gaddafi about his home city of Misrata and what he had done to the country.

Mr Sheba told BBC News about Gaddafi's fear during their conversation and his own frustration over the former leader's death.

BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat is running a series of special reports from Libya from 28 November - 2 December.

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