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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Aisha pic Daughter Gaddafi

Gaddafi daughter denies fleeing
 It doesn't matter who is on board; they said it cannot land 
Birkirkara : Malta | Mar 09, 2011
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Aisha Gaddafi, Muammar Gaddafi’s daughter, has appeared on state television, den


Gaddafi, the daughter of Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan leader, has appeared on state television, de
nying a report she tried to flee to Malta.

There had been reports on Wednesday that a Libyan plane carrying Gaddafi's daughter had been turned back from Malta after it was denied permission to land. Speaking late on Wednesday, Aisha Gaddafi, said: "I was surprised when my friends told me about this report. "I would like to sayto the Libyan men and women who I love and love me, that know me well, that I am steadfastly here. "In fact this demonstrates to the Libyan people the extent of lies and forgery these channels are resorting to in their reporting." Earlier on Wednesday, Cal Perry, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Malta, said: "The [crew] 

 circling overhead saying they were running low on fuel. 

initially said they had 14 people on board. They were circling overhead saying they were running low on fuel. "At that point the ambassador from Libya who was here in Malta was called in to take part in the negotiations on whether or not they were going to allow this plane to land. "As he entered the talks it became clear from the pilots that Aisha Gaddhafi, Muammar Gaddhafi's only daughter, was aboard the plane. "The government said it was an unscheduled flight,

 It doesn't matter who is on board; they said it cannot land 

and diverted the plane back to Libya." Maltese goverPublish Postnment sources said that they had no information that Gaddadfi's daughter was on the plane or that the Libyan ambassador was involved in any negotiations.
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