I hope it all doesn't go to s- %$ -t on us now.
- Protesters appear to have taken control of second city Benghazi
- Up to 400 feared dead after dozens killed in clashes
- Two Libyan fighter jets land in Malta as pilots request asylum
- Gaddafi's own diplomats at the UN turn on dictator and say he should go
- Justice minister resigns over 'excessive use of violence'
- David Cameron declares regime response is 'appalling and unacceptable'
- Gaddafi's son says: 'We will fight to the last minute, until the last bullet'
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has fled Libya and may be heading for Venezuela, William Hague said today.
The Foreign Secretary said he had seen 'information' that suggests Gaddafi is on his way to the South American country - as Libya was up in flames today with reports of around 400 dead.
The dictator was said to have fled as Tripoli descended into chaos after anti-government demonstrators breached the state television building and set government property alight.
Even Gaddafi's own Libyan diplomats at the UN are calling for him to step down. Deputy Ambassador Ibrahim Dabbashi said that if the dictator does not relinquish power, 'the Libyan people will get rid of him'.
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