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Gaddafi Regrets Reagan Died Without Facing Trial

Muammar Gaddafi said Sunday he regretted that former U.S. President Ronald Reagan had died without ever being tried for 1986 air strikes that killed dozens of people, including the Libyan leader’s adopted daughter. “I express my profound regrets over Reagan’s death before he appeared before justice to be held to account for his ugly crime in 1986 against Libyan children,” Gaddafi told the official JANA news agency. Reagan ordered the April 15, 1986, air strikes in response to a disco bombing in West Berlin that killed three people, including two U.S. servicemen. Washington blamed Libya for the blast. Libya said more than 40 people died in the strikes on Tripoli and Benghazi. The targets included Gaddafi’s home, where his 15-month-old adopted daughter died. Full Story

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