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1 hr ago | The Huffington Post
The veto at the UN Security Council and traditional diplomacy may be a de facto get-out-of-jail card, even as international criminal justice gains definition in resolving conflicts between and within states.
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2 hrs ago | United Nations
Special Representative and Head of the UN Support Mission in Libya , Tarek Mitri, briefs the Security Council on the situation in that country.
6 hrs ago | The Daily Star
Rebels under Ibrahim Jathran, a former anti-Gaddafi rebel who seized the port and two others with thousands of his men in August, stand guard at the entrance of the Es Sider export terminal where a North Korean-flagged tanker has docked in Ras Lanuf March 8, 2014.
9 hrs ago | The Star Online
Libya's parliament has ordered a special force be sent within one week to "liberate" all rebel-held ports in the volatile east, officials said on Monday, raising the stakes over a blockage that has cut off vital oil revenues.
The families of victims of IRA terrorist attacks accuse Tony Blair of betrayal over secret deals with Sinn Fein and Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.
Libyan government forces and loyal militia fighters besieged a North Korea-flagged tanker Sunday that a rival militia hoped to use to export oil in defiance of central authorities, officials said.
Arab League chief Nabil Elaraby has urged Arab countries to take a "firm stand" against Israel's demand that the Palestinians recognize it as a Jewish state, calling it a deviation from an agreed-upon framework for peace talks.
Libya's navy and pro-government militias have dispatched boats to a port held by armed protesters to stop a North Korean-flagged tanker from leaving with crude sold without government permission, officials said on Sunday.
Armed protesters controlling ports in eastern Libya said on Saturday they had started exporting oil, bypassing the Tripoli government in a major escalation of their blockade to demand a greater share of the nation's petroleum wealth.
Nicolas Sarkozy is suspected of attempting to pervert the court of justice on the basis of phone taps ordered by judges investigating his links with Muammar Gaddafi, it emerged on Friday.
Western countries voiced concern on Thursday that tensions in Libya could slip out of control in the absence of a functioning political system, and they urged the government and rival factions to start talking.
Three years of turmoil since the Arab Spring and tough contract terms have prompted oil firms to reassess their role in Libya, and several have said they would postpone their plans or scrap them altogether.
Foreign ministers attending the Conference on International Support to Libya pose during the family photo in Rome Thursday March 6, 2014.
I hope I am wrong with what I am about to write. It's not unknown. But watching the UK's response - and that of Western countries generally - to the developing Ukraine crisis in the past few days, I have been appalled at the confusion, ill-considered posturing, speak-first-think-later empty rhetoric and blind shambles on display.