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Libya's 'Guitar Hero: Stunning photograph from Sirte brings war back into focus


This photograph from Sirte, Libya of a rebel fighter playing his guitar as a firefight rages around him, has now captured the world's attention.

World media have already hailed the man as Libya's 'Gu

Muammar Gaddafi's son captured in Sirte: NTC


Mutassim Gaddafi, a son of Libya's former leader Muammar Gaddafi, has been arrested in his hometown of Sirte, the new National Transitional Council said Wednesday.

"Mutassim Gaddafi was captured at S

Gaddafi urges Libyans to demonstrate against new rulers


Deposed strongman Muammar Gaddafi called on Libyans to turn out in their millions to demonstrate against the country's new rulers, in an audio message broadcast on Thursday on Syria-based Arrai televi

Libya's new leaders welcome Cameron, Sarkozy

British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in Tripoli on Thursday on the first visit by foreign leaders to the new Libya.

The two men, whose forces spearheaded

Libya’s new rulers to probe war crimes allegations


Libya's new rulers promised to investigate allegations of 'serious abuses' including war crimes as their position was consolidated when the World Bank recognised them as the official government.

Superspy, 24, led Nato to Gaddafi

The Nato bombing campaign which fatally weakened Col. Muammar Gad-dafi’s rule had a secret asset: a 24-year-old Libyan woman who spent months spying on military facilities and passing on details to the alliance.

Libyan new leaders pledge 'moderate' Islamic rule


Libya's new leaders pledged 'moderate' Islamic rule even as their fighters were accused by Amnesty International on Tuesday of committing possible war crimes.

A defiant Muammar Gaddafi, meanwhile, vo

Gaddafi forces launch surprise fightbacks


Muammar Gaddafi's forces launched surprise fightbacks on three fronts on Monday, even as a son of the fallen Libyan strongman fled to Niger along with more than 30 others from his inner circle.

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Gaddafi says reported Niger crossing 'lies'


Muammar Gaddafi on Thursday slammed reports he had fled to neighbouring Niger as ‘psychological warfare and lies’ and vowed to vanquish the NATO forces who he said were running out of steam.

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Fugitive Gaddafi denies fleeing, 'sold 20 pc of gold'


Muammar Gaddafi today dismissed as lies reports he had fled to Niger, as the central bank said the fugitive ex-leader had sold more than 20 per cent of the country's gold in his regime's dying days.

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