Tensions Build Amid Libya Polls Early indications of who will lead Libya are due later after the country's first elections since the downfall of iron-fisted dictator Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. Voters flocked to cast their ballots on Saturday in their...
Los Angeles Times
Libya Naima Naggar stood in a Tripoli polling station Saturday, her index finger stained with indelible ink as she voted in Libya's first free elections in decades hoping to heal tribal divisions and bring this battered nation closer to democracy.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
While the mood was jubilant in the capital Tripoli, the east of the country was more troubled as anti-poll protesters, seeking greater autonomy for a region that is home to the bulk of Libya's vast oil resources, sought to disrupt the vote. One man...