Rebel council puts million-dollar bounty on Gaddafi's head
The rebel Transitional National Council offered Wednesday a 1.7 million dollars reward to anyone who caught Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi, reported the broadcaster Al Jazeera, DPA reported.
The opposition council also promised pardon to anyone killing Gaddafi, added the Doha-based television.
The whereabouts of Gaddafi, who ruled Libya for 42 years, were still unknown.
Earlier Wednesday, Gaddafi claimed to have been moving around the capital Tripoli in disguise after rebels seized the city.
"I walked a little in Tripoli without anybody seeing me. And I did not feel I was in danger," Gaddafi said in an audio message, his second on Wednesday. dpa raf mat Author: Ramadan Al Fatash