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Sunday, 28 August, 2011, 2:9 ( 0:9 GMT )
Revolutionaries Take Control of Tripoli International Airport
While the rebels opposing the Libyan dictator Muammar Al Qathafi move to strengthen hold on the country's cpaital, Libya, after an overnight battle, others claiming victory over a suburb near Tripoli's airport Saturday, Qasr bin Ghashir, about 32 kilometres south of Tripoli. It is an important gain as regime loyalis troops had been shelling the airport from the area.
Evidence of 'Mass Killing' by the Libyan Dictator's Forces Found In Tripoli
In a report on Sky News the news network's chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay said that he has seen evidence in Tripoli of a mass killing that eyewitnesses have blamed on pro-Al Qathafi forces.
Rebels in Efforts to Provide Food, Water and Petrol to Capital
Libyan rebels fighting to oust the Libyan dictator Muammar Al Qathafi were facing a new battle on Saturday, as they struggled to provide the capital, Tripoli's residents with water, electricity, petrol and food, amid power outages and with much of the capital's water cut.
Sirte Under Heavy Attack in Search of Fugitive Al Qathafi
British warplanes reportedly bombed a bunker in Muammar Al Qathafi's home town of Sirte as rebel fighters prepared to attack the town, which is one of the last major regime holdouts east of Tripoli, that could mean the country can almost start to function under a new government.
African Union Calls for Inclusive Transition in Libya
African Union Commission chief Jean Ping believes that the armed struggle in Libya was nearing an end and the pan-African body should support the Libyan people in taking the next step.
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution - Morgan Strong
As the fighting died down in Tripoli on Friday, the scope and savagery of the violence during the nearly week-long battle for control of the capital began to come into sharper focus.
Jalloud Plans Role in Future Libyan Government; Will Form Political Party
Former Muammar Al Qathafi aide and prime minister in the first years of the First of September Revolution in Libya, Abdelsalam Ahmad Jalloud proved tripolipost.com right when last night he announced that he was planning to have a role in a future Libyan government.
Fugitive Libyan Dictator Al Qathafi Urged to Surrender and Prevent further Bloodshed
At the conclusion of its meeting at the level of political directors in Istanbul, Turkey on Thursday, the Libyan Contact Group called on the embattled Libyan leader Muammar Al Qathafi and his inner circle to surrender
UN Releases $1.5 bn in Frozen Al Qathfi Assets to NTC Leadership
The U.N. Security Council late Thursday approved an immediate infusion of $1.5 billion that the United States seized last spring when the nations that aided Libya's rebellion release the cash needed by the NTC for the difficult task of rebuilding the country after six months of fighting.
Rebels Using Special Forces to Hunt Fugitive Libyan Dictator
Reports by Reuters news agency say that Libyan rebels have indicated they were sending in special forces in their hunt for fugitive Libyan dictator Muammar Al Qathafi, whose supporters are now pinned down in pockets of resistance in the capital, Tripoli.
NTC to Start 'Governing' by Moving from Benghazi to Tripoli
Libyan rebels will be starting their role as a government of Libya soon after announcing, late Thursday they were going to transfer their leadership from Benghazi to the country's capital, Tripoli. National Transitional Council official Ali Tarhouni said the body had begun its planned move from Benghazi to Tripoli.
Bizarre Scenes at Former Abu Salim Hospital
Dozens of decomposing bodies were piled up on Friday in an abandoned hospital in Tripoli, a grim testament to the chaos roiling the capital as Libyan rebels clash with forces still loyal to the dictator Muammar Al Qathafi.
Summary of the American and International Press on the Libyan Revolution - Morgan Strong
The future of Libya remained uncertain Thursday as rebel leadership moved to secure money to govern while their fighters encountered fierce pockets of resistance.
Breaking news: Muammar Al Qathafi Urged to Turn Himself In
The Libya Contact Group of international powers on Thursday urged Libyan leader Muammar AL Qathafi to turn himself in to avoid further bloodshed in the North African nation.
Mass Execution by Al Qathafi Loyalists Suspected
More than 30 men believed to be fighters loyal to Muammar Al Qathafi have been killed at a military encampment in central Tripoli and at least two were bound with plastic handcuffs, indicating they had been executed. Another 17 bodies were discovered in a hospital, a case of mass execution
 
 
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Revolutionaries Take Control of Tripoli International Airport
While the rebels opposing the Libyan dictator Muammar Al Qathafi move to strengthen hold on the country's cpaital, Libya, after an overnight battle, others claiming victory over a suburb near Tripoli's airport Saturday, Qasr bin Ghashir, about 32 kilometres south of Tripoli. It is an important gain as regime loyalis troops had been shelling the airport from the area.
Evidence of 'Mass Killing' by the Libyan Dictator's Forces Found In Tripoli
In a report on Sky News the news network's chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay said that he has seen evidence in Tripoli of a mass killing that eyewitnesses have blamed on pro-Al Qathafi forces.
 
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