Once called the "mad dog of the Middle East," Libya's often
flamboyantly dressed ruler, Moammar Gadhafi, has ruled the north African
nation for 42 years.
But Libya's 679,362 square miles and 6.4 million people have rarely seemed enough for Gadhafi, who in 2008
gathered a group of African tribal leaders and had them grant him the
lofty title, "King of Kings."
It was part of his campaign for a unif…
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