Libya News

The World Post
A Libyan entrepreneur dismissed the protesters as "thugs paid by the new Gaddafi, Haftar." The internationally recognized
Religion
"The blood of our Christian brothers and sisters is a testimony which cries out be heard. It makes no difference whether
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Senior officers linkled to Haftar have also been given top posts in the recall. The decision shows the increasing influence
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The counter-revolutionary Gulf strategy has opened a window on potential differences not only between Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain on the one hand and Qatar on the other but also within the conservative counter-revolutionary camp itself.
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President Obama has announced a strategy for fighting ISIS that, in many respects, is at odds with the interests of the allies in the Middle East whose support he is seeking. Trying to keep his allies happy and in line with the new ISIS battle has trapped the U.S. in a policy full of contradictions.
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The total number reaching Italian shores has passed 100,000 in 2014, the Italian government said this week. Libya is a major
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His air defense commander, Sager al-Jouroushi, told Reuters on Saturday that his forces were responsible for the air strikes
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"I ran. They opened fire at me but didn't hit me," he said. The violence, the deadliest in Tripoli since the 2011 revolt
Politics
Anything but stable Libya, flooded with weapons and still without a constitution, with remarkably little progress since the fighting ended, may be on the verge of civil war.
Politics
The mother of a Navy SEAL killed alongside Stevens in the consulate attack also decried Romney's attempt to use the situation
The World Post
The other four agents are able to reunite and take an armored vehicle to Stevens' building. They reach the collapsed agent
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On the heels of Tuesday's deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, protesters took to the streets of Tripoli
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Abu Shagour won 96 votes against war-time rebel prime minister Mahmoud Jibril's 94 votes in a close second round run-off
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We might not hear much about it, but on important issues, especially those related to foreign policy, I've seen members of both parties work together to change the course of history. America's support for the pro-democracy movement in Libya is one great example.
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Who, having staked all on crushing barbarity, would take the risk of being deprived of the fruits of victory?
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On Saturday, millions of Libyans headed to the polls in the country's first election since the fall of longtime dictator
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By Marie-Louise Gumuchian Earlier, Reuters reporters outside the compound, a short distance from Tripoli city centre, heard
WorldPost
Neoconservatives, liberal internationalists, and "Responsibility to Protect" (R2P) advocates were, all in separate ways, pleased to see their programs enacted. Yet none of the above parties will suffer the consequences of what they enabled, from afar, in Libya.
The World Post
TRIPOLI, March 20 (Reuters) - Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz has agreed for Muammar Gaddafi's intelligence
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NATO interceded, armed with a U.N. Security Council mandate to protect Libyan civilians, and flew its first bombing sorties