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France Says Time for Rebels, Libyan Govt. to Talk
France's defence minister Gerard Longuet said it was time for Libya's rebels to negotiate with the Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's government to try and find a solution to the crisis.
Libya Rebels Call on Algeria to Stop Backing Al Qathafi
Algeria may have been praised and also welcomed as a mediator by Seif al Islam Al Qathafi in an interview on El Akhbar newspaper, but Libya's rebel council is far from happy with its role. It issued a blunt warning to Libya's neighbour, insisting that it must "stop supporting Al Qathafi."
Libyan, French Governments in Talks, Seif al-Islam Says
Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's son, Seif al-Islam said that his father's government was in talks with the French government. Though there was no immediate comment from Paris about his revelation, on Sunday, France appeared to shift its position on the Libyan uprising.
Rebels Shut Off Oil Pipeline Serving Al Qathafi Forces
A group of around 20 rebels, on Sunday shut off the valves of an oil pipeline to the Zuwarah refinery near Khamassa that, they said, used to supply troops loyal to Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi in the west of the country.
Sudanese President Al-Bashir Warns Breakaway South Sudan Over Abyei
Sudan President Omar al-Bashir has issued a warning to the newly-created Republic of South Sudan, warning the breakaway nation that the region of Abyei belongs to the north.
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution - Morgan Strong
Muammar Al Qathafi’s regime sought Sunday to show it remains in control of parts of the country’s western mountains and will defend the territory against further rebel advances there.
Heavy Shelling by Al Qathafi Troops Aimed at Halting Rebels' March Toward Tripoli
Al Qathafi Forces did their utmost to regain Al Qawalish Sunday by letting loose a heavy artillery bombardment. The village, 100 km to the south of the Libyan capital, is strategically situated and is very important for the rebels in order to advance on Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's stronghold of Tripoli.
Rebels 'Waiting for NATO's Go-ahead to Push Forward Towards Tripoli'
In a bid to isolate Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi in his stronghold and the country's capital, Tripoli, Libyan rebels are preparing to push forward in their drive on the capital from two sides, the south and the west. However, They are just waiting for the go-ahead from NATO.
Egypt: All Police Accused of Killing Protesters to be Sacked
In one of a series of measures aimed at placating demonstrators who have been taking to the streets of Cairo, Alexandria and the canal city of Suez, Egypt's interim prime minister, Essam Sharaf said he has ordered the sacking of all police officers accused of killing protesters during the uprising that toppled former President Hosni Mubarak.
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution - Morgan Strong
NATO warplanes on Saturday struck a missile launching position that Libyan ruler Muammar Al Qathafi’s forces used to target the civilians in western Libya, the alliance said in a statement.
Al Qathafi Repeats Threat Against Europe if NATO Attacks on Libya Not Stopped
For the second successive Friday, Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi lashed out on Friday at those seeking to push him from power, warning in an audio message broadcast on Libyan state TV that NATO and his other enemies would be trampled "under the feet of the Libyan masses". He again threatened an attack on Europe as revenge against the NATO-led attacks against him and his regim
EU, NATO Invite Rebels' Leaders to Brussels Meetings
The European Union has announced that on Wednesday in Brussels, Jose Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission, will meet a delegation from the Libyan rebels' National Transitional Council to be headed by its leader, Mahmoud Jibril.
South Sudanese Celebrate Birth of a New Nation
Celebrations erupted across Juba, the capital of the new African nation of Sudan with jubilant crowds marking South Sudan's long-awaited day of freedom on Saturday. Thousands danced through the night to mark the first hours of their independence.
Egyptian Masses Protest Over Slow Pace of Reform
Egyptian capital, Cairo's Tahrir Square, epicentre of the protests that ousted Mubarak in February, Friday once again witnessed tens of thousands of people in protest. They took to the streets across Egypt to defend the uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak, directing their anger at the new military rulers over the slow pace of reform.
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution - Morgan Strong
NATO warplanes bombed forces loyal to Muammar Al Qathafi in Libya's Western Mountains on Friday at the front line where Al Qathafi's troops retreated two days ago from a rebel advance.
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France Says Time for Rebels, Libyan Govt. to Talk
France's defence minister Gerard Longuet said it was time for Libya's rebels to negotiate with the Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi's government to try and find a solution to the crisis.
Libya Rebels Call on Algeria to Stop Backing Al Qathafi
Algeria may have been praised and also welcomed as a mediator by Seif al Islam Al Qathafi in an interview on El Akhbar newspaper, but Libya's rebel council is far from happy with its role. It issued a blunt warning to Libya's neighbour, insisting that it must "stop supporting Al Qathafi."
 
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