Germany helped locate Gaddafi
The deposed Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi was located thanks to the help of the German secret service BND, who knew his whereabouts for weeks, Radio Deutsche Welle reports.
Even though German intelligence officials say they did not provide the exact coordinates of Gaddafi's whereabouts, the date provided was still sufficient to accurately locate the Colonel and his entourage.
The convoy of vehicles carrying the deposed leader was initially hit by NATO warplanes and then by NTC soldiers, who ultimately lynched Gaddafi.
[Source: The Voice of Russia, Moscow, 23Oct11]
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