G-8 Ends on an Upbeat Note of UnityAnne Seith
Instead of fat black limousines there are only small white electric vehicles cruising around the area where the G-8 summit is being held. And it was odd seeing Libyan President Muammar al-Gaddafi, famed for his penchant for gaudy opulence, lower himself onto a narrow bench. But he clearly doesn't feel very at home on that bench, judging by the brief wave he gives in response to a greeting. At least Gaddafi's entourage, which trails his slow-moving car, is somewhat bigger than that of the other heads of state in the convoy.
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