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Libyan leader promises elections, Islamic law

Soldiers who fought to oust Moammar Khadafy waved to a crowd in Benghazi yesterday. Transitional leaders say a new interim government is to be formed within a month. Soldiers who fought to oust Moammar Khadafy waved to a crowd in Benghazi yesterday. Transitional leaders say a new interim government is to be formed within a month. (Esam Al-Fetori/REUTERS)
By Adam Nossiter
New York Times / October 24, 2011

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The leader of Libya’s transitional government declared to thousands of revelers in a crowded square here on Sunday that Libya’s revolution had ended, setting the country on the path to elections, and he vowed that the new government would be based on Islamic tenets. The sea of flag-waving citizens reacted with shouts of “God is great

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