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In pictures: Libyans in Ireland celebrate the death of Gaddafi

O’Connell Street has been the scene of celebration for Libyans living in Ireland tonight.

MEMBERS OF THE Libyan community in Ireland have  taken to the streets of Dublin tonight to celebrate the death of Muammar Gaddafi.

Gaddafi was captured and later died in his hometown of Sirte today, his death a symbolic end to 41-years of his autocratic rule.

Libyans have celebrated the news, waving flags and balloons and hugging on O’Connell Street tonight:

In pictures: Libyans in Ireland celebrate the death of Gaddafi
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  • Libyans Celebrate in Dublin

  • Libyans Celebrate in Dublin

  • Libyans Celebrate in Dublin

  • Libyans Celebrate in Dublin

  • Libyans Celebrate in Dublin

  • Libyans Celebrate in Dublin

  • Libyans Celebrate in Dublin

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