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Under its eccentric dictator Muammar Gaddafi, Libya became a pariah state, harbouring international terrorists, amassing weapons and repressing its own people. But how did Gaddafi come to power, and hold on to it for so long? John Oates, who worked in Libya before the 1969 coup, charts the country's history from the Romans to Gaddafi - encompassing oil barons, Lockerbie, surveillance and mass murder, it is a chilling tale of power, corruption and lies.

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Libya

Libya

The History of Gaddafi's Pariah State

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Under its eccentric dictator Muammar Gaddafi, Libya became a pariah state, harbouring international terrorists, amassing weapons and repressing its own people. But how did Gaddafi come to power, and hold on to it for so long? John Oates, who worked in Libya before the 1969 coup, charts the country's history from the Romans to Gaddafi - encompassing oil barons, Lockerbie, surveillance and mass murder, it is a chilling tale of power, corruption and lies.

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