Muammar Gaddafi's son Saadi is hanging out in Niger, clubbing, dining, dancing until sunrise—the usual. You wouldn't even know his home country, Libya, is demanding his extradition. Yet Interpol has issued a "red notice" to all member countries, asking them to arrest the "playboy" Gaddafi son if he's spotted on their soil. Saadi is also the subject of U.N. sanctions for instructing military units to attack protesters during Libya's Arab Spring uprising and has been banned from other countries. Yet he is safe, at least for now, in Niger, where his father is still considered popular for the tens of millions of dollars he invested in jobs and construction of mosques and roads there.