Gaddafi was killed on October 20, 2011 in his hometown, the city of Sirte. After four months since February 2011, Libya uprose against Gaddafi’s dictatorship Gaddafi and his son Saif-al-Islam were accused of several attacks on civilians which were “crimes against humanity”. On June 27, 2011 arrest warrants were issued for Gaddafi, Saif- al-Islam and his brother-in-law Abdullah al-Senussi for their crimes against humanity.
In August 2011, Gaddafi lost the Battle of Tripoli. In September 2011, replacing Gaddafi NTC took Libya’s seat at the United Nations. Considering the events, it was presumed that Gaddafi had fled to the city of Sirte. At first Gaddafi’s forces fought against NTC’s advances. On October 2011 Gaddafi was killed after the fall of Sirte to the rebel forces. Al-Jazeera Collected the footage of the dead body of Gaddafi. He was killed in a gun battle.
“We have been waiting for this moment for a long time. Muammar Gaddafi has been killed,” Jibril, Libyan Prime Minister, said in a news conference in the capital Tripoli. “We announce to the world that Gaddafi has been killed at the hands of the revolution,” NTC’s spokesman Abdel Hafez Ghoga said. “I am happy we have got revenge for our people who suffered for all these years and for those who were killed in the revolution. Gaddafi is finished,” said Talar al-Kashmi, a fighter.