The Gadhafi family scrapbook
(Courtesy: Michael Christopher Brown. Copyright: 2011)
October 20th, 2011
01:29 PM ET

The Gadhafi family scrapbook

Foreign Policy and Human Rights Watch have put together a pretty remarkable slideshow here. It's a series of never-before-seen pictures and documents from Gadhafi's private homes and state intelligence ministries - collected and re-photographed by Human Rights Watch emergencies director Peter Bouckaert and freelance photojournalist Michael Brown. The pictures represent just a fraction of the 1,000-plus photographs and documents - from meetings with heads of state to private snapshots with the family - that FP will be adding to its online archive.

Check it out here.

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  1. j. von hettlingen

    The demise of a despot has tragic consequences for his families . The French Revolution in 1789 and the Russian Revolution in 1917 saw the end of two dynasties and the death of their ruling families. Saddam Hussein and his sons were killed. Gaddafi faced similar fate.

    October 21, 2011 at 6:37 am | Reply
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