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2011-10-07 11:28
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Red Cross delivers aid to Libya's Sirte
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2011-10-07 07:38
The International Red Cross has delivered humanitarian aid to civilians in Muammar Gaddafi’s besieged hometown, seeking to ease shortages amid rapidly deteriorating conditions.
Nato Libya mission continues
Evil roots worry Tripoli residents
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Evil roots worry Tripoli residents
2011-10-06 16:12
Like many residents of Tripoli, Wissam Rihil rejoiced at the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi, but is now fearful of a return to the nepotism and corruption that characterised his regime.
Libyan NTC announces executive shakeup
Libyan Jew says synagogue efforts blocked
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Egypt ruler vows military will step down
2011-10-06 08:50
The leader of Egypt’s ruling generals says the army has no interest in staying in power for a long time, but instead the military council won’t step down until it has "fulfilled its commitments".
Egypt poll runners call for April handover
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Egypt poll runners call for April handover
2011-10-06 07:35
Six Egyptian presidential candidates have called on the ruling military to hand over power to an elected president by the end of April after a shortened parliamentary poll timetable.
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Egypt parties retract boycott threat
Egypt unlikely to lift emergency law soon
Egypt poll candidate deadline set
2011-10-05 19:45
An Egyptian commission, tasked with preparing for the country's forthcoming parliamentary elections will start receiving applications from potential contenders on October 12.
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Egypt parties retract boycott threat
NTC unveils Libya's national army
2011-10-05 10:45
Libya's new rulers have unveiled a group of fighters trained to serve in a national army, in a step toward bringing armed groups under central authority in a capital bristling with revolutionary volunteers.
Libya: Nato draws harsh lessons
Libya's NTC names new Cabinet
Libyan NTC announces executive shakeup
Nato to stay while Libya combat heavy
2011-10-04 22:12
US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta says Nato operations in Libya will continue as long as there is heavy ground combat between rebels and diehard supporters of ousted strongman Muammar Gaddafi.
Libya: Nato draws harsh lessons
Britain pulls choppers from Libya
Nato urges Libya to seize arms caches
Libyan spillover - West Africa meet
2011-10-04 20:21
West African defence chiefs met are to discuss issues including a potential spillover of insecurity resulting from the conflict in Libya as well as Liberia's upcoming elections.
Ecowas condemns Ivory Coast massacre
West Africa tackles floods
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Libya: Nato draws harsh lessons
2011-10-04 10:47
With the Libyan conflict coming to an end, the 28-nation alliance Nato is set to draw lessons from the six-month mission during upcoming talks on the country’s civil war.
Libya's NTC names new Cabinet
Libya's NTC eyes symbolic coup in Sirte
Nato urges Libya to seize arms caches
Humanitarian fears grow in Sirte
2011-10-04 08:49
Libyan interim government forces have captured a district in Sirte after fierce battles that further raised concern about the dire humanitarian situation in Muammar Gaddafi’s besieged hometown.
Libya's NTC names new Cabinet
Migrants evacuated from Libya to Chad
Nato urges Libya to seize arms caches
Libya's NTC names new Cabinet
2011-10-04 07:43
Libya’s transitional leaders have named a new Cabinet and have vowed to step down after the country is secured.
Nato urges Libya to seize arms caches
Libyan NTC announces executive shakeup
Migrants evacuated from Libya to Chad
Libyan NTC announces executive shakeup
2011-10-03 15:26
Libya’s new rulers have announced a shakeup of their executive, pending the liberation of the entire country from forces loyal to ex-leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Streams of civilians flee Libya's Sirte
Gaddafi son denies Interpol allegations
Libya's NTC eyes symbolic coup in Sirte
Libya's NTC eyes symbolic coup in Sirte
2011-10-03 12:57
Fighting is raging for Muammar Gaddafi’s birthplace, as Libya's new leaders eye a symbolic victory in their battle to eradicate the last vestiges of his 42-year rule.
Gaddafi hometown encircled, bombarded
Gaddafi forces killing people in Sirte
Gaddafi's hometown attacked
Gaddafi son denies Interpol allegations
2011-10-03 09:22
Muammar Gaddafi's son, al-Saadi, has denied allegations of corruption and intimidation and called Interpol's decision to put him on the equivalent of its most-wanted list political, according to an email.
Gaddafi son on most-wanted list
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Gaddafi's son won't be sent back to Libya
Algeria floods kill 10, homes damaged
2011-10-03 07:49
Authorities in Algeria say torrential downpours have killed at least 10 people and ruined hundreds of homes.
9 die as floods hit Algeria
Nigeria floods: thousands homeless
20 drown in Nigeria
Mubarak never told army to fire
2011-10-02 22:22
Ousted president Hosni Mubarak never ordered the army to open fire on demonstrators calling for an end to his rule, Egypt's military ruler Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi has said.
General 'given easy ride in Mubarak trial'
Mubarak trial: Court sees video of snipers
Egypt ruler to testify in Mubarak trial
Situation in Sirte is dire - UN
2011-10-02 13:49
People are dying due to lack of basic medical care in Sirte, the Red Cross has said after it visited Muammar Gaddafi's besieged hometown and saw the hospital there hit by rockets.
Sirte civilians given chance to leave: NTC
Stop rights abuses, HRW tells Libya rebels
Tripoli residents want NTC fighters out
Stop rights abuses, HRW tells Libya rebels
2011-09-30 22:00
The Human Rights Watch has called on Libya's rebel leaders to stop their forces from making arbitrary arrests and abusing detainees in the country's prisons and makeshift detention facilities.
Tripoli residents want NTC fighters out
Group sounds warning on Tripoli zoo
Army chiefs, EU in Libya fallout talks
Alitalia to resume flights to Tripoli
2011-09-30 18:30
Italian flag carrier Alitalia says it would resume regular flights to the Libyan capital on November 02, eight months after they were halted by the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi.
Curious Libyans flock to Gaddafi compound
Tap Gaddafi funds for terror victims
Tripoli residents want NTC fighters out
Tripoli residents want NTC fighters out
2011-09-30 07:54
A Tripoli support group has drafted a request to Libya’s NTC to impose an order for revolutionaries to formally leave the city with their heavy weapons.
Tap Gaddafi funds for terror victims
Fierce resistance from Gaddafi diehards
4 US senators go to post-Gaddafi Libya
Tunisia - Ex Libya PM starts hunger strike
2011-09-29 22:34
Muammar Gaddafi's former prime minister, Al-Baghdadi Ali al-Mahmoudi, has started a hunger strike in a prison in Tunisa to protest a request for his extradition from Libya's new rulers.
Libyan PM is in Tunisia – report
Libya ex-PM jailed in Tunisia to appeal
Algeria may expel Gaddafi relatives
4 US senators go to post-Gaddafi Libya
2011-09-29 21:06
Four US senators have gone to Libya to meet with the nation's new rulers, the highest-profile American delegation to visit the country since the ousting of Muammar Gaddafi.
NTC leader confirms naming of interim govt
US ambassador returns to Libya
US embassy reopens in Libya
Sarkozy, king launch Moroccan rapid rail
2011-09-29 19:00
French President Nicolas Sarkozy is in Morocco to kick off work on Africa's first high-speed rail line, in a bid to highlight France's role.
Moroccan king to unveil reforms
Moroccan king wins in reform vote
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Fierce resistance from Gaddafi diehards
2011-09-29 11:01
Ferocious attacks by Gaddafi diehards have forced fighters of Libya’s new rulers to retreat from the ousted strongman's birthplace Sirte, where a tank shell killed three in a "friendly fire" attack.
Libya to co-operate in Lockerbie case
Group sounds warning on Tripoli zoo
Libya war continuesVIEW
Egypt convicts Mubarak's info minister
2011-09-28 23:08
An Egyptian court has convicted Mubarak's information minister of corruption, sentencing him to 7 years.
Mubarak, al-Adly to be tried together
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Egypt halts military trials for civilians
Egypt video shows torture of detainees
2011-09-28 23:08
A video clip showing Egyptian police and army members torturing detainees has sparked a public outcry.
Egypt to probe torture death
Egypt army 'must halt torture'
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Gaddafi 'hiding near Algeria border'
2011-09-28 12:25
Muammar Gaddafi is believed to be hiding near the western town of Ghadamis near the Algerian border under the protection of Touareg tribesmen, a senior Libyan military official says.
Gaddafi can destabilise north Africa
Libya postpones formation of new govt
Gaddafi hometown encircled, bombarded
Textbooks recalled over Mubarak quotes
2011-09-28 10:54
Egypt’s ministry of education has ordered the withdrawal of philosophy books from the nation’s secondary schools because they contain quotes from speeches by former president Hosni Mubarak, a report says.
Egypt ruler to testify in Mubarak trial
Police witness charged in Mubarak trial
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Tunisia ready for elections
2011-09-28 08:44
Tunisia's foreign minister says his government is ready for October 23 elections, the first since a rebellion overthrew the country’s long-time dictator.
Tunisia Democratic Party hopes to win
Tunisia expunges Ben Ali from textbooks
Tunisia sets Ben Ali appeal trial date
First Libya crude ships for Italy
2011-09-27 22:26
Libya's first crude oil cargo to be shipped in months has sailed from the eastern port of Marsa el Hariga bound for Italy.
Oil production resumes in Libya
Gaddafi forces attack refinery, kill 15
Libyans expect post-war boom
Algeria may expel Gaddafi relatives
2011-09-27 20:04
Algeria has warned Gaddafi relatives to keep a low profile or face possible expulsion.
Gaddafi loyalists flee Sebha to Niger
Gaddafi's son won't be sent back to Libya
Aicha Gaddafi: Govt in talks with rebels
Gaddafi Sirte loyalists ask for truce
2011-09-27 18:08
A Libyan commander leading the attack on Muammar Gaddafi's home town of Sirte says he is in talks with elders inside the city about a truce.
Libyan rebels take over Sirte port
Sirte siege - civilians flee
UN cannot get supplies into Sirte
Fire at Egypt gas pipeline under control
2011-09-27 14:33
Egyptian fire fighters have managed to gain control over a blaze at the site of a gas pipeline to Israel which was attacked overnight, a report says.
Fresh attack on Egyptian gas pipeline
Egypt-Israel gas pipeline attacked
Egypt gas pipeline hit by explosion
Libyan rebels take over Sirte port
2011-09-27 12:25
Libyan rebels have taken over the strategic port of Sirte, the hometown of fugitive leader Muammar Gaddafi, a military source says.
Libya orders state security courts abolished
Gaddafi can destabilise north Africa
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Libya orders state security courts abolished
2011-09-27 08:10
Libya’s transitional justice minister says he has approved a measure to abolish the country’s state security prosecution and courts, which sentenced opponents of the old regime to prison.
UN cannot get supplies into Sirte
Libya says Lockerbie case shut
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Gaddafi can destabilise north Africa
2011-09-26 22:39
Nato should continue operations in Libya as long as Muammar Gaddafi's loyalists are killing civilians, and the toppled leader still could destabilise the region, Libya's de facto prime minister has said.
Gaddafi in high spirits - daughter
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Events in Libya a charade, says Gaddafi
Britain pulls choppers from Libya
2011-09-26 19:05
Britain has agreed with Nato to withdraw the five Apache helicopters that it has in service over Libya, in a major sign that the alliance's air mission is winding down.
US embassy reopens in Libya
US ambassador returns to Libya
Libya air war 'to end within 3 months'
Libya ex-PM jailed in Tunisia to appeal
2011-09-26 18:00
Libyan former prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmudi, arrested in Tunisia and jailed for six months for illegal entry, is set to appeal, the justice ministry says.
Gaddafi hometown encircled, bombarded
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Oil production resumes in Libya
2011-09-26 14:16
Libya has resumed oil production for the first time since the civil war, tapping 15 wells and producing some 31 900 barrels per day, Italian energy giant Eni says.
Gaddafi hometown encircled, bombarded
Way open for AU Libya map - Zuma
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General 'given easy ride in Mubarak trial'
2011-09-26 08:58
Lawyers representing families of those killed in the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak say Egypt’s top general was given an easy ride in questioning behind closed doors at the trial of the deposed president.
Egypt ruler to testify in Mubarak trial
Police witness charged in Mubarak trial
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Libya grave - 1 270 victims of 1996 massacre
2011-09-25 18:48
Libya's interim authorities have found a mass grave with the bodies of more than 1 270 killed by Muammar Gaddafi's security forces in a 1996 massacre at Tripoli's Abu Salim prison.
Niger worries about Libya
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Niger worries about Libya
2011-09-25 14:33
A Libyan transitional government delegation will hold talks in Niger soon on fallout from the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi, Niger's foreign minister has said.
Gaddafi loyalists flee Sebha to Niger
Gaddafi's son won't be sent back to Libya
Niger asks help fighting terrorism
Libya returns to world community at UN
2011-09-24 22:50
Libya's de facto Prime Minister Mahmoud Jibril has told the United Nations his country has been reborn after toppling Muammar Gaddafi and appealed for the release of remaining frozen Libyan assets.
US embassy reopens in Libya
Gaddafi in high spirits - daughter
NTC leader confirms naming of interim govt
Morocco breaks up Qaeda-linked cells
2011-09-24 10:10
Morocco says it had broken up a three-man cell with links to al-Qaeda which planned to carry out attacks on security headquarters and Western interests in the kingdom.
Morocco: Marrakesh bomb trial to resume
Algeria kills key Qaeda member
US embassy in Algiers told of Qaeda threat
Fear and loathing in Libya's Misrata
2011-09-23 10:40
The graffiti on a burnt-out building on Tripoli Street – the main boulevard in Misrata in ruins after ferocious street fighting – sums up the bitter mood in a city besieged for months by Muammar Gaddafi’s forces.
US embassy reopens in Libya
Tunisia jails Libya ex-PM
Gaddafi loyalists flee Sebha to Niger
Gaddafi loyalists flee Sebha to Niger
2011-09-22 22:26
Several key supporters of fugitive Muammar Gaddafi have fled to Niger from the southern desert city of Sabha, captured by new regime forces.
Gaddafi forces killing people in Sirte
Gaddafi bastion Sabha falls to NTC forces
Zuma calls for end to hostilities in Libya
Gaddafi forces killing people in Sirte
2011-09-22 17:32
Forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi who control the city of Sirte have been executing residents suspected of sympathising with Libya's new rulers.
Libya fighters stalled at Gaddafi bastions
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Libya's NTC forces hold back from assault
2011-09-22 12:31
Forces loyal to Libya's new rulers say they are holding back from advancing on Muammar Gaddafi’s last redoubts despite their capture of two key southern oases.
Libyan victory questioned
Nato extends Libya air campaign
US ambassador returns to Libya
Egypt army - emergency law till June
2011-09-21 22:33
Egypt's emergency law will be in place until June next year, the military says, dashing demands by protesters for a swift end to the code.
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