Gaddafi Whereabouts Still Unknown

    Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi  sits in a car in Tripoli, Libya, Sunday, April 10, 2011. Envoys from the African Union, including South African president Jacob Zuma ,  are to hold talks with Gadhafi and rebels during a two-day visit beginning Sunday, as the African Union made a new call for a ceasefire between Colonel Gadhafi's forces and Libyan rebels. (AP Photo/Pier Paolo Cito)

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    Where in the world is Muammar Gaddafi? He delivered a message Sunday night on Libyan state television, but his exact whereabouts remain in doubt. Some reports say he might still be hiding in his compound in Tripoli, which has previously been targeted by NATO strikes. Others think he has fled to neighboring Algeria or to Venezuela. Nothing has been confirmed, but his son Saif al-Islam was captured on Sunday and his eldest son, Muhammad, has surrendered as well. Muhammad had appeared on Al Jazeera television to say that Libyan forces had “guaranteed my safety” when the line suddenly went dead and the head of Libyan telecommunications said rebels had entered his house.

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