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A large convoy containing between 200 and 250 Libyan armoured vehicles has travelled from Libya to Niger, renewing speculation about the whereabouts of ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.

People are wondering if he will be captured -- and what will happen if he's not.

To answer that question, we spoke to Paul Heinbecker at The Centre for International Governance Innovation.

Globalnews.ca: If Gadhafi remained at large how would that affect the new government in Libya?

Paul Heinbecker: That would be a major distraction for the lawmakers at a time they would need to be focusing on a lot of difficult...

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