Aug 6, 2013
Analysis: Libya struggles to clear explosive remnants of war
It took just over six months for Libyan rebels to overthrow the 42-year regime of Muammar Gaddafi, but nearly two years later, addressing the after-effects of the civil conflict remains a work in progress.
The Daily Star
Libya's youths are building the country they desired
Two years after the end of the 2011 uprising, the new Libya is still in the making and still suffers from instability and violence.
Brad DeLong's Semi-Daily Journal
Liveblogging World War II: January 19, 1943
General Montgomery's Eighth Army was pursuing Rommel to within 40 miles southeast of Tripoli, at Tarhuna.
Ex-Gaddafi Stronghold Surrenders
After weeks of fighting, militias loyal to the new Libyan government took over the town of Bani Walid, home to one of the country's biggest tribes, the Warfalla.