Gaddafi interpreter details Sarkozy's meetings with Libyan dictator

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Former Libyan diplomat Moftah Missouri served as an interpreter and an advisor for the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, who he began working directly for in the mid-1990s after 20 years as a career diplomat, and was privy to numerous confidential conversations between the Libyan leader and foreign leaders and officials, and notably Nicolas Sarkozy before and after the latter became French president.