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Gaddafi's 'ugly' death

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The images of Colonel Gaddafi as a battered and bloody man, dragged from a sewer and killed by his own people, will no doubt be seared into history.

Historian Antony Beevor and the BBC's world affairs editor John Simpson discuss how the manner of a dictator's death influences the way he is remembered.


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