CAIRO — Images of Moammar Gadhafi's bloodied body flashed on TV screens across the world might send shivers down the spines of Syria's Bashar Assad and Yemen's Ali Abdullah Saleh, two leaders clinging to power in the face of long-running Arab Spring uprisings.
ANALYSIS: Gadhafi's death a cautionary tale
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