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CAIRO, October 20 (Itar-Tass) —— Libyan television continues to deny reports about Gaddafi's death and insists that Gaddafi is alive and has not been captivated by rebels. Al Libya television said on its website that Gaddafi is alive and is not in captivity.
Al Libya television warned against faked photographs of Gaddafi featuring him dead. Such snapshots are already being demonstrated by Arab television channels.
Itar-Tass has reported from London that British Sky Television has already shown Gaddafi allegedly dead with a fatal wound in the head. The authenticity of the snapshots has been called into question because of a poor quality of the photographs.