Libyan leader’s death will resonate around Africa
Former Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi was killed today by rebel troops. University of Florida Political Science Professor Lenardo Villalon says this may help create a cooperative government in Libya.
Villalon says Gadhafi has played a controversial leadership role in Libya and his death will not only help unify that country, but Africa overall.
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