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Missing Libyan journalist found dead: family

A Libyan journalist reported missing in May was found dead last week, his family announced, as a human rights group said he could have been murdered by pro-government hardliners. The family of Daif al-Ghazal, 32, appealed to the charitable foundation of Seif al-Islam, the son of Libyan leader Moamer Khadafi, to “elucidate the circumstances of his disappearance and death and open an inquiry,” a statement said. Ghazal wrote for a state-run Libyan newspaper for 10 years before announcing his decision to cease reporting for the local press in protest against what he described as the “crooked path” of the Libyan authorities, the London-based rights group Libya Watch said. Full Story

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