Libya's Gadhafi Sets Up Camp in Rome Park

Forty years after coming to power, Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi made his first visit to Rome today and promptly set up a Bedouin-style camp in one of Rome's most elegant parks. The flamboyant Libyan dictator arrived with a 300-person entourage and a list of requests, including asking for a meeting with 700 of Italy's female business leaders. Libya was a colony of Italy from 1911 until 1943. Today, Italy is Libya's largest trading partner, but even so the bilateral ties between the two...Full Story
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