Libyans Tried to Save US Envoy, Claims VideoA video claims Libyans 'tried to save US Ambassador Chris Stevens' after finding him in a locked, smoke-filled room.
Libya Arrests 50 in Connection with Benghazi AttackLibya's parliament chief says some 50 people have been arrested in connection with the killing of U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens in Benghazi.
Jordan Asks YouTube to Remove Anti-Islam Video ClipsThe Jordanian government has asked YouTube to remove film clips “insulting Prophet Mohammed and hurting the feelings of Arabs and Muslims.”
Israeli Arabs Protest 'Anti-Muslim Video'Hundreds of Arabs protested Saturday in Israel against an amateur video that satirized the life of Prophet Mohammed, founder of Islam.
Egypt Clears Out Anti-US Protesters in CairoEgyptian security forces cleared away anti-US protesters in Cairo as riots entered a fourth day on Saturday.
Obama and Clinton Pay Tribute to Benghazi Victims"America is a friend," President Obama tells the world as he pays tribute to the four Americans killed in Libya.
Report: Despite Warnings, Clinton Left Embassy VulnerableU.S. Secretary of State Clinton criticized as post-riot findings show chaos, poor security at Libya consulate.
Libyan PM: 'Big Advance' in Consulate Attack ProbeLibyan Prime Minister Mustafa Abu Shagur says arrests made in attack on U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
Google Blocks Anti-Islam Video Clip in Egypt and LibyaGoogle has confirmed that it has “temporarily” blocked access to the trailer of the anti-Muslim film in Egypt and Libya.
Update: 4 Rioters Dead, 34 Wounded at US Embassy in YemenYemeni police opened fire on a crowd attempting to storm the US Embassy in Sana'a.
Day 3 of Riots at US Embassy in CairoRioting has continued at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo for a third day, with 6 police officers and 13 protesters injured in the melee thus far.
Kissinger 'Can Understand' Romney's 'Severe' Reaction to AttacksFormer U.S Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said, he “can understand” why Romney’s initial reaction to the violence was “quite severe.”
Anti-US Violence Spreads Across Mideast RegionAnti-American violence is spreading across the Middle East, with mobs rioting at US missions in Tunisia, Sudan and Morocco.
Diplomat Killed in Libya: 'I Might 'Die Tonight’One of U.S. diplomats who was killed Tuesday said in an online forum hours prior to the attack that he had a feeling he might "die tonight."
US Muslims: Defend Free Speech, Denounce Profane VideoA US-based Islamic group has strongly condemned the violence in Egypt and in Libya, while denouncing the “profane video” that ignited it.
Lawmakers Urge Libya, Egypt Aid be Stripped Following AttacksConservative lawmakers on Capitol Hill are urging that aid to Libya and Egypt be stripped from a six-month federal funding bill.
U.S. Evacuates Diplomatic Staff from LibyaUnited States evacuates most of its diplomatic staff from Libya and takes Tripoli embassy down to emergency staffing.
Attack on Libya Consulate May Have Been Planned, Say OfficialsU.S. sources say they do not believe the attack on the consulate in Benghazi had something to do with a film mocking Islam.
Events In Libya Contrast Sharply With Obama's Acceptance SpeechAnalysis: Despite the scandalized response of the Obama campaign, Mitt Romney is correct to criticize Obama on Libya.
Foreign Minister: Libya Lynch an Attack on the WestMinister Lieberman denounces " criminal terrorist attacks directed against the entire Western world."
Libyan Guards Led Mob to Stevens – ReportSome accounts of murder say Stevens "suffocated" to death. Arab reports: he died of smoke inhalation.
Netanyahu: We Grieve with the U.S."If there's any people in the world that understands what Americans are going through, it's the people of Israel."
Libya Blames US for Ambassador's Murder by Benghazi RiotersLibya apologized for the killing of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, but its deputy minister blamed the U.S. for his death.
Israeli Filmmaker in Hiding After Film Sparks Deadly ProtestsA filmmaker went into hiding after his movie, which provides a negative view of Islam, sparked protests against U.S. diplomatic missions.
Muslim Extremists Kill US Ambassador in LibyaUS Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed in Libya in an attack by Islamists on the US Consulate in Benghazi.
One Dead in Attack on U.S. Consulate in LibyaOne American official killed as Islamists attack the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, over "film which offends Islam."
Egypt Teams with Israel on Sinai TerrorismEgypt is teaming with Israel for a major security operation to address terrorism in the Sinai Peninsula.
Multiple Terror Attacks in Libyan CapitalTwo people are dead and at least three others wounded following multiple car bombings in the Libyan capital of Tripoli early Sunday.
Former Libyan Snipers Fight against Assad RegimeFormer Libyan rebels and snipers who helped oust Muammar Gaddafi are beefing up the Free Syrian Army to try to bring down Assad.
Sarkozy, UMP Equate Aleppo With Benghazi Demand InterventionNicolas Sarkozy ended his political silence by calling for Western intervention in Syria.
Qaddafi Eliminated Those Who Knew His Jewish Roots, Says AideNuri al-Mismari, who served as a personal aide to Muammar Qaddafi: He silenced anyone who knew about his Jewish roots.
Partial Tally in Libya Suggests Defeat for IslamistsLibya's Islamists suffer a major defeat in Benghazi, but still believe that they can dominate the next congress.
Clinton Praises Violent Libyan ElectionUS Secy of State Hillary Clinton is praising Libya's first national election since the ouster and murder of dictator Muammar Qaddafi.
Libya's Outgoing Leaders Push for ShariaLibya's outgoing National Transitional Council: Sharia should be the “main” source of legislation.
Egypt Seizes Libyan Weapons Headed for GazaEgyptian security forces seize a large stash of weapons smuggled into the country from Libya and allegedly bound for Gaza.
Libya's Landmark Elections Postponed to July 7Libya announces that elections for a constituent assembly have been postponed to July 7, citing logistical and technical reasons.
Tunisia to Extradite Libya's Ex-PM Back to TripoliTunisia has agreed to extradite former Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi back to his homeland to face charges of treason.
Israeli Official: Rockets Fired at Eilat Came from LibyaIsraeli defense official says that the rockets that were fired from Egypt toward Eilat earlier this month were smuggled from Libya.
Saif al-Islam Assaulted in DetentionThe son of former Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi has been assaulted in jail as the ICC and Libyan NTC wrangle over jurisdiction
Russia Accuses Libya of Aiding Syrian RebelsRussia’s envoy to the UN claims the Libyan government is supporting a training camp for Syrian rebels.
Libya's Leader Threatens War to Maintain UnityLibyan leader Mustapha Abdul Jalil says he would use force to quash a move for domestic autonomy by the oil-rich east.
Libya's East Declares Domestic Self-RuleIn what may mark the fracturing of modern Libya, leaders in the oil-rich east have declared semi-autonomy in a bid to run their own affairs.
British ‘Spies” Caught in Libya with IDF EquipmentTwo British journalists working for Iranian media are arrested in Libya on charges of spying. They possessed an IDF bandage.
Liberated Libyans Desecrate World War II Commonwealth CemeteryThe systematic destruction of a World War II cemetery by Libyans has shocked Britain.
Muslim Brotherhood Party Comes to LibyaJust as the Arab Spring brought the Muslim Brotherhood into governments in Egypt and Tunisia, it has now brought its new party to Libya.
Libyan Gov't to Give $100M to Syrian RebelsThe Libyan government – formerly Libya's opposition forces – says it will give $100 million in food and medicine to Syria's rebel forces.
UN to Praise Qaddafi's 'Human Rights' Record, NGO OutragedUN Watch puzzled as to why the UN’s Human Rights Council plans to adopt a resolution praising Qaddafi’s human rights record.
Aisha Qaddafi Asks ICC to Try Saif al-IslamLate strongman Muammar Qaddafi's daughter has asked the ICC to intervene on her brother's behalf and try him at the Hague.
Torture, Rape in Prisons Under Libya's New GovernmentRights officials say rape, torture, and summary executions are widespread in Libya's prisons under the post-Qaddafi regime.
Qaddafi Loyalists Seize Bani WalidMembers of the infamous Brigade 93 have driven fighters for the new government out of the former Qaddafi stronghold of Bani Walid.
Libya: Renewed Clashes in Bani WalidThe former Qaddafi stronghold of Bani Walid remains contentious as 4 revolutionary fighters are killed in clashes with Qaddafi loyalists.
Tunisia Seeks Fair Trial for Former Libyan PMTunisia’s president: We'll extradite former Libyan Prime Minister al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi if he is guaranteed a fair trial.
Report: Qaddafi's Daughter Seeking Asylum in IsraelThe daughter of former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, Aisha, is seeking political asylum in Israel, a report says.
Libyan Jews Want to Go Home, Says LeaderThe fall of Muammar Qaddafi has caused some Libyan Jews to wish to return to their homeland, according to a Libyan Jewish leader.
Turkey Hits Syria with SanctionsTurkey has struck Syria with a list of economic sanctions designed to break the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
Qaddafi's Daughter Starts Trouble from AlgeriaThe daughter of Muammar Qaddafi is carrying on her father's struggle against the rebel forces who toppled him from power in Libya.
Tunisia Extends State of EmergencyThe nation that gave birth to the Jasmine Revolution and the Arab Spring has just extended its state of emergency for the rest of the year.