Libya -- Government forces drove hundreds of rebels from a strategic oil port with a withering rain of rockets and tank shells on Thursday, significantly expanding Muammar Qaddafi's control of Libya as Western nations struggled to find a way to stop him.
The Libyan leader Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi has “tens of billions” in cash secretly hidden away in Tripoli, allowing him to prolong his fight against rebel forces despite an international freeze on many of the Libyan government’s assets, according to American and other intelligence officials.
U.N. Watch, an organization that monitors the world body, says Libyan envoy Najat Al-Hajjaji should be the 'last person' investigating human rights abuses, as Libyan jets drop bombs on rebel forces in her homeland.
Libyan rebels have taken the oil port city of Ras Lanouf as Qaddafi forces tried to take back the opposition-held city of Zawiya Friday. At least 30 people were killed in the clashes, according to Reuters.
TRIPOLI, Libya -- Forces loyal to Muammar Qaddafi fired tear gas at protesters in Tripoli on Friday as a fierce crackdown that has terrorized parts of the capital the past week seemingly smothered attempts to revive demonstrations calling for the Libyan leader's ouster.
Libyan leader Muammar al-Qaddafi vows to fight to the "last man and woman" to defend his country as forces loyal to him battled government opponents for control of a key oil installation and an airstrip Wednesday on the Mediterranean coast in a counter-offensive against the rebel-held eastern half of the country.
Using some of the strongest language yet, the Obama administration said Tuesday that the United States and its allies are keeping all options on the table in their response to increasing violence in Libya directed at citizens protesting a government led by a "crazy" dictator.
The U.S. military is repositioning its forces near North Africa as the United States and its allies impose sanctions on Libya and consider whether to impose a no-fly zone over the country, where a resistance army is building against dictator Muammar al-Qaddafi.
BENGHAZI, Libya — Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi on Thursday blamed the uprising in his country on al-Qaida followers who give young Libyans hallucinogenic pills in their coffee to get them to revolt...
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