Qaddafi's many hideouts help him elude rebels

Even after rebels stormed into the capital and overwhelmed his residence, Libya's Muammar Qaddafi has plenty of places to hide.
Underground, for example. The man who ruled Libya for 42 years is known to have deep bunkers under his Bab al-Aziziya compound in Tripoli, which rebel fighters seized Tuesday. Some former officials say the compound is connected by long tunnels to far-flung parts of Tripoli in a hidden network that would provide a quick escape ... Full Story »

Posted by Fabrice Florin - via CBS News, Ray Nichols (t), Salvador Sala (t), David Wardell (t), Steven K Samra (t), David K. Miller (t), Fabrice Florin (t)
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Posted by: Posted by Fabrice Florin - Aug 24, 2011 - 9:07 AM PDT
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