As the turmoil in Libya approaches its eleventh day, many news outlets continue to feverishly cover the unrest surrounding the uprising against the leader of Libya.

But each news outlet seems to have a different way of spelling the colonel's name.

The New York Times spells his name Muammar el-Qaddafi. The Los Angeles Times uses the spelling Moammar Kadafi. The Washington Post spells the strongman's name Moammar Gaddafi.

The Associated Press uses the same spelling as The New York Times. USA Today spells the Libyan leader's name Moammar Gadhafi.

Reuters, the British news wire service, spells the colonel's name Muammar Gaddafi. AFP, the French news agency, uses this unique spelling: Moamer Kadhafi.

As for American cable television news, CNN and MSNBC agree with USA Today's spelling. FOX News uses Muammar al-Qaddafi.

The BBC uses the same spelling as Reuters.

For the record, International Business Times (U.S. edition) spells his name Moammar Gaddafi.

You'd think these outlets would get together and say, Let's all agree on how to spell his name.