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Anti-Gadhafi forces Saturday claimed a new military advance into the deposed Libyan dictator's hometown Sirte, while a fuel storage warehouse fire at the port of the country's capital city Tripoli in the west sent plumes of smoke into the air.
Follow us on Business Indonesia's largest private oil and gas company, PT Medco Energi Internasional (MEI), said Tuesday that it would resume operations at an oil block called Area-47 in Libya next month. MEI president director, Lukman Mahfoedz, told
Libya At a huge weapons depot in the Libyan capital, flat-bed trucks line up to be piled high with land mines, rockets and shells, before being driven off into the western mountains. Less than a month after rebels captured Tripoli and forced longtime
Aid teams are struggling to reach Sirte due to fighting 19 September 2011 Last updated at 10:12 ET Humanitarian teams say they are struggling to gain access to the Libyan city of Sirte. Forces loyal to Colonel Gaddafi are fiercely defending his home
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, arrived Friday in Tripoli last leg of his tour of the countries of the "Arab spring," reported an AFP photographer. Erdogan was greeted at the airport by the head of the National
TRIPOLI, Libya (Sept. 16) – Forces have entered the last stronghold of defiant Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi breaking all the defences and defeating pro-Gaddafi forces around coastal city of Sirte, says Libya’s interim
The final battle to complete the "Libya Revolution" has begun. On a day when there was huge diplomatic activity in Tripoli, the revolutionary forces moved on to the birth place and last stronghold of ex President and now a fugitive Col Qaddafi.
The battle for Sirte is underway, as forces for the TNC entered the city from the south, east and west in an organized attack upon the loyalists still holed up in the now-infamous desert town that spawned Muammar Gaddafi himself, Reuters
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has praised Libya's interim authority for the way it has established control over the country, but warned that the "hardest part" was still to come. Mr Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy are on a visit to
Libya America's top diplomat for the Middle East said Wednesday that he was monitoring the growing influence of Islamists on the interim government in Libya that has replaced Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, the deposed strongman, but does not consider that