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Libyans can now dream of democracy, says new PM

After 42 years of Gaddafi's oppressive rule, Libyans' dream of experiencing democracy will be realised soon, the new Prime Minister of the oil-rich country Abdurrahim al-Keib has said.

"We want to ha

Libya elects new govt head, NATO lifts air cover


Libya's interim rulers on Monday elected academic Abdel Rahim al-Kib to head a transitional government as NATO was set to end an air campaign that played a major role in ousting dictator Muammar Gadda

NATO ends 'most successful' Libya mission

NATO was on Monday formally ending its Libya mission, which it has hailed as one of its 'most successful' yet after its air strikes playing a key role in the overthrow of now-slain despot Moamer Kadha

Libya's PM confirms presence of chemical weapons


Libya's interim prime minister has confirmed the presence of chemical weapons in Libya and said foreign inspectors would arrive later this week to deal with the issue.

Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril

Gaddafi buried secretly in Sahara desert

Two loyalists of Libya’s interim government were handed Muammar Gaddafi’s body to bury secretly deep in the Sahara desert on Tuesday after a cleric prayed over his decomposing corpse, a Libyan official said.

New video shows Gaddafi being beaten by Libya rebels

A fresh video has gone viral on Web describing in shocking new detail Muammar Gaddafi's final moments in the hands of Libyan rebels.

Reportedly shot by an NTC fighter, the clip shows Gaddafi being dr

Gaddafi's body to be handed to his relatives: NTC


Libya's interim government will hand the body of slain despot Muammar Gaddafi to his relatives after consulting with them on the location of his burial, a senior government advisor said on Sunday.


Young Libyan fighter says he killed Gaddafi in video

A young Libyan fighter has claimed in a video posted on the Internet that he had captured Libya's deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi and shot him twice, fatally wounding him.

Mutassim Gaddafi's final cigarette


Wearing a blood-stained vest and a torn pair of pants, one of Muammar Gaddafi's most notorious sons, Mutassim, is seen smoking a cigarette and sipping water from a bottle - just hours before his death

Bulldozers demolish Gaddafi compound


Two bulldozers guarded by armed men started to demolish the walls around ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi's former home in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Sunday.

As the bulldozers set to on the Bab al-Az

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