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Why would an ailing transitional government struggling to implement law and order within its own borders commit to giving an oppostion to another states government over $20 million dollars?...The same "government" that was allegedly enabling the CIA
The president of the Libyan Investment Authority said Monday that an appeals court has ordered the restitution of its investments in key Italian companies. After markets closed on Monday, Mohsen Derregia issued a statement saying that a court of
34 Protesters demonstrate during a pro-federalism rally in Benghazi November 2, 2012. (Reuters/Esam Al-Fetori) (4.1Mb) embed video Over a thousand Libyans rallying for the autonomy of the oil-rich east have flocked to central Benghazi.
A year ago, the desert hilltop town of Bani Walid was one of the last loyalist strongholds to surrender to the rebel fighters who overthrew Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi. But the new Libyan government never took full control of Bani Walid, and
Libya's General National Congress is to try to convene to vote on a new cabinet, a day after it was disrupted by protests. About 100 protesters unhappy at the make-up of the proposed cabinet broke into the building on Tuesday. The protesters
14 Al-Jueili said that tens of thousands of people were displaced by this month's fighting in Bani Walid [Reuters] Libya's defence minister has said that the army has no control over Bani Walid, one of the last bastions of Muammar Gaddafi's regime,
Trusting Assad with a truce is like trusting a robber with your jewels! Close Link to this comment: The situation in Bani Walid in Libya continues to be of concern. The Russian media is loudly accusing the Misratan militias of war crimes and Russia
Iyad Ag Ghaly at a ceremony at Mali's presidential palace in 2003. Photograph: Yves Herman /Reuters The video is a peculiar affair: a portly figure, heavily bearded, inspects his Islamist fighters in the northern Malian desert. Taken at the beginning
The number of towns with rising home sales has more than doubled over the past year, according to re... Suggested Topics Both sides in the Syrian civil war declared yesterday that they will observe a four-day ceasefire as Eid al-Adha is celebrated.
The assertion comes amidst an ongoing exodus of civilians fleeing the fighting, with tens of thousands now believed to have left the hill-town. Relief workers from the International Committee of the Red Cross estimated yesterday that as many as 5,000