?Farewell Intercourse? Law in Egypt Would Legally Allow Husbands To Have Sex With Dead Wives

A controversial new law, dubbed Farewell Intercourse, could possibly come into effect in Egypt which states that husbands will be legally allowed to have sex with their dead wives up to six hours after their death. The Farewell Intercourse law is just one of many new laws being introduced to Egyptians by the Islamist-dominated parliament. Other laws include the legal marriage age lowered to 14-years-old and women's rights to education and employment abolished.

Libya Wants Niger to Extradite Moammar Gadhafi's Son Saadi

Libya urged Niger on Saturday to extradite Moammar Gadhafi's son Saadi, saying his call for Libyans to prepare for a coming uprising threatened bilateral ties. In response, Niger pledged to tighten house surveillance of Saadi, but reiterated he could not be handed over to a state where he could face execution.


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Gaddafi caught like rat in a drain, humiliated end

Muammar Gaddafi made his final dash for freedom shortly before dawn prayers. Libya's leader, a few dozen loyal bodyguards and the head of his now non-existent army Abu Bakr Younis Jabr, broke out of the two-month siege of his hometown Sirte and, forming a convoy of six dozen vehicles, raced through the outskirts to the west.
Muammar Gaddafi and Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi leave Ciampino Airport in Rome June 10, 2009

Gaddafi Killed in Hometown, Libya Eyes Future

Muammar Gaddafi was killed after being captured by the Libyan fighters he once scorned as rats, cornered and shot in the head after they overran his last bastion of resistance in his hometown of Sirte.