22 hrs ago
Inter Press Service
Tribes Keep Uneasy Peace in Southern Libya
Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyan Tebu suffered from state-sanctioned discrimination, which stemmed in part from the failure of the semi-nomadic tribe to register under Libya's 1954 citizenship law.
The Toronto Star
Canadian security investigators probe possible instigators of London terror suspects
Canadian national security investigators are probing intelligence about figures in London, Ont., who allegedly promoted extreme views of Islam and may have encouraged young Muslim men and converts to go abroad , the Star has learned.
Thu May 16, 2013
Libyans in North Africa scared to return home
Until government and revolutionary forces attacked the Libyan town of Bani Walid, about 170km southeast of the capital Tripoli in October last year, Abdullah Warfella had been determined never to leave.
Wed May 15, 2013
Young Libyans find escape in Tripoli's "secret" cinema
In the basement of a villa in central Tripoli, young Libyans seeking an escape from violence and disorder watch an American movie classic screened using a simple projector and laptop.
Tue May 14, 2013
St. Petersburg Times
Mythologies collide over Benghazi attack
The capital is in the throes of deja vu and preview as it plunges back into Clinton Rules, defined by a presidential aide on the hit ABC show Scandal as damage control that goes like this: "It's not true, it's not true, it's not true, it's old news." The conservatives appearing on Benghazi-obsessed Fox News are a damage patrol with an approach that ... (more)
Mon May 13, 2013
Libya: UN Mission Strongly Condemns Deadly Bombing In Bengha
The United Nations Assistance Mission in Libya strongly condemned the bombing that took place today near a hospital in the city of Benghazi and resulted in a number of deaths, including children, as well as injuries.
Deadly bomb strikes civilian area in east Libya
Officials gave conflicting casualty figures, with death tolls ranging from three to 10 in the chaotic aftermath of the attack.
A Whistleblower's Story: What it hides and what it reveals
Years ago I learned that there are two ways to tell a story. One way reveals something the story teller wishes to communicate.
Sun May 12, 2013
The Daily Star
Libyan security fears linger despite end of siege
Staff remove damaged items following a bomb explosion at a police station by unknown assailants Benghazi May 12, 2013.
The Charlotte Observer
Libyan officials back at work after militia siege
TRIPOLI, Libya Officials at two Libyan government ministries returned to work Sunday after nearly two weeks of protests by militia fighters, who blocked the entrances to the buildings.
Libyan envoy addresses violence
Libya's democratic revolution in 2011 toppled strongman Moammar Gaddafi's 30-year rule, drafted an interim constitution and, in July last year, Libyans democratically elected a new General National Congress for the first time.
Sat May 11, 2013
Accuracy In Media
Benghazi Hearing: State Dept official said "We're on our own"
The House Oversight Committee's hearing has revealed more about the circumstances surrounding the September 11, 2012 attacks on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Travel around the world has never been easier, especially if you have your own fleet of jet airplanes.
Outside the Beltway
Benghazi Whistle Blower Demoted for Bad Management, Not Whistle Blowing?
ThinkProgress' Hayes Brown reports that, contrary to his claim that he was demoted for speaking up on the Benghazi attacks, Gregory Hicks was instead demoted for being a bad manager.
Libya Latest: "Us Military Has Alerted 2 Elite Military Units to Be on Standby"
The US military has alerted 2 elite military units to be on standby if needed to respond to a deteriorating security situation in Tripoli, Libya, Fox News has learned.
Fri May 10, 2013
Whether the or not the administration minimized the account of the attack on Benghazi for political gain, they've as good as admitted to it.
Libya activists protest militias, Islamists
Hundreds of Libyan activists rallied in three major cities across the country on Friday, denouncing the use of force by the country's unruly militias and decrying what they describe as political maneuverings by the nation's Muslim Brotherhood.
New Jersey Herald
Libyan militiamen attack anti-Islamist protesters
Scores of Libyan militiamen descended on an anti-Islamist rally in the nation's capital, Tripoli, kicking and beating protesters who had taken to the streets Friday as part of a call for mass demonstrations against the country's unruly militias and Muslim radicals.
Libyan police stations bombed, British embassy cuts staff
Bombs exploded outside two police stations in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi on Friday and Britain temporarily cut staff at its embassy in Tripoli because of security fears.
Britain withdraws some embassy staff from Libya
Britain is temporarily pulling out some staff from its embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli due to security concerns over recent political unrest, the Foreign Office said on Friday.