• Confusion over exactly how Gaddafi died
• Burial of dictator delayed; hundreds queue to view body
• Libyan PM to announce liberation of country tomorrow
• Nato meeting to wind down military campaign
• Saif al-Islam still missing; was Mutassim executed?
• Read a summary of today's key events
How did Muammar Gaddafi die?
Gaddafi was trying to flee Sirte in a convoy of cars when it came under attack from French Nato jets. The convoy was then caught in a gun battle with fighters loyal to the National Transitional Council. Wounded in the shoot-out, Gaddafi was reported to have crawled into a drain. He was then attacked by fighters loyal to the new government, one of whom beat him with a shoe.
Abdel-Jalil Abdel-Aziz, a doctor who accompanied Gaddafi's body in an ambulance as it was taken from Sirte, said he died from two shots, to the head and chest.
Libya's interim prime minister, Mahmoud Jibril, said Gaddafi died from a bullet wound to the head received in crossfire between government fighters and his own supporters after he had been captured in Sirte. Gaddafi had been alive when he was taken from Sirte but died a few minutes before reaching hospital, he claimed.
Where is Gaddafi's body?
The body was taken to Misrata. DNA samples have been taken.
Who else was killed?
One of Gaddafi's sons, Mutassim, died of multiple bullet wounds. Jibril said Mutassim was wounded in the head, and had five bullets in the back and one in the neck. Abu Bakr Yunis, Gaddafi former Libyan defence minister, was killed in the attack on the convoy.
Who is still at large?
Confusion surrounds the fate of Gaddafi's son Saif al-Islam. Some reports say he has been killed, some say he has been injured, others say he is still on the run.
Who has been captured?
Mansour Dhou, Gaddafi's military commander, who led the defence of Sirte, is recovering in hospital in that city after being shot in the stomach. Other senior figures reported captured include: Moussa Ibrahim, Gaddafi's spokesman; Ahmed Ibrahim his cousin and education minister; and Abdullah Senussi, Gaddafi's intelligence chief.
See the images of the dead bodies of Gaddafi and his son, Mutassim at DailyMail.co.uk.