If you're a bookworm AND a fan of Hillary Clinton, then we have some VERY exciting news for you!
The former Secretary of State has inked a deal to write her fifth book with Simon & Schuster publishing company due next year!
The book doesn't have a title yet and there haven't been any details on how much the deal is worth, but we do know that the book will mostly be about foreign affairs and Hillary's experiences working alongside President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2013.
A press release from Simon & Schuster revealed:
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With love and hope, Benetton's UNHATE campaign has given Tripoli a beautiful dove sculpture.
This dove, meant to help celebrate the first Libyan Independence Day in 42 years, is made from recovered shell cases found by war zone residents.
What a beautiful way to transform hate into love!
[Image courtesy of Unhate.]
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Just goes to show you that money isn't everything.
According to a new estimate put together by senior Libyan officials, Moammar Gadhafi was worth over $200 billion, making him the former richest man in the world.
His wealth was
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WARNING: THIS VIDEO IS GRAPHIC! DO NOT WATCH IF YOU ARE EASILY DISTURBED!!!
Above is the video of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's capture and final moments.
As we reported earlier, Gadhafi was killed by rebels, and reports are now claiming his sons were murdered also.
President Obama had this to say:
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According to Libya's rebel government, the country's flamboyant and tyrannical dictator Moammar Gadhafi has been killed.
The reports coming in suggests that the most wanted man in the world was "cornered by insurgents in the town of Sirte," ironically his safest place to hide as most of his supporters reside in the area. His 42 years of terrorizing rule came to an end when the rebel fighters found and shot Gadhafi as they took the town after weeks of horrible fighting. Further reports suggest that there were celebrations in the streets in Tripoli upon the news of his death. There's also apparently a cell phone photo of his bloodied body, but it has not been confirmed to be him.
However, neither the White House not NATO have confirmed the reports of The National Transition Council that he is dead. NATO did however report that its "jet fighters struck a convoy of Gadhafi's loyalists fleeing Sirte this morning, but could not confirm that Gadhafi was in the convoy."
[Image via AP Images.]
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