Will Gaddafi’s death have a positive impact on the stability of surrounding countries?
THE seven-month Nato Libyan air campaign could end within days after the death of ousted dictator Muammar Gaddafi who was shot in the head.
Nato chiefs will meet in Brussels today to consider halting the campaign after one of its airstrikes injured the tyrant by hitting the convoy in which he was travelling.
There were conflicting reports about what happened next. Footage showed a bloodied Gaddafi being grabbed by rebel fighters who according to some accounts fatally shot him.
However the acting prime minister Mahmoud Jibril claimed the former ruler had been killed in crossfire after he had been captured alive and was being driven away.
Today we ask: Will Gaddafi’s death have a positive impact on the stability of surrounding countries?