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Beirut Libyan authorities should immediately follow through on a government pledge to conduct a prompt and thorough investigation into the assassination on July 26, 2013, of prominent political activist Abdulsalam Elmessmary in Benghazi...The killing
Italy said it was "very satisfied'' with yesterday's transfer of power to Libya's newly elected interim legislature. "It represents a further step forward on the path to the consolidation for Libyan democracy," Italian foreign minister Giulio Terzi
Libya's National Transitional Council handed over power Wednesday to the General National Congress, the national assembly formed by last month's elections. The ceremony in a conference center in Tripoli marked the country's first peaceful government
Libya (AP) — Libya's first elected assembly has met for the first time, poised to take power in a ceremony from the transitional council that has ruled the country since longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi was overthrown last year.
Libya's interim National Transitional Council is set to hand power to a newly-elected assembly, almost a year after the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi. NTC chief Mustafa Abdul Jalil will pass the reins to the oldest member of the legislative body at a
The Daily Star Although Libyans are now celebrating the first anniversary of the revolution that toppled Moammar Gadhafi, they are increasingly frustrated with their new leaders. Libyans complain that the interim government, known as the National
Four months after the death of Moammar Gadhafi, the people of Misrata were frustrated by stalled reforms. They played a key role in overthrowing the Libyan dictator of 42 years, and were impatient to see the changes they shed blood for.
TRIPOLI - Libya will not become an extremist Islamic country, said on Saturday the head of the interim authority to the holder outside the European Union and announced that next week will be completed with the formation of the cabinet
Muammar Gaddafi's eight children, whose pampered lives ranged from security chief and UN goodwill ambassador to playboy and professional footballer, earned reputations for extravagance, violence and bizarre behaviour almost equalling their father's.
China called Friday for an "inclusive political transition" in Libya after the death of ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi in an assault by National Transitional Council forces on Sirte, his home town. Beijing, which has significant economic interests in