Libya: Outlook PessimisticA video showed hundreds of bodies found in the Abu Salim hospital in Tripoli, but failed to mention, that most of the corpses were those of black people
Qadaffi Vows 'No Negotiations'Libyan strongman Muammar Qadaffi has vowed not to negotiate with rebel leaders 'from now until Judgement Day!'; rebuffs France.
Libyan Rebels Claim Brega TheirsLibya's rebels claim victory at Brega as they encircle the key oil town which has changed hands several times in the five-month civil war.
Arab Spring Broke TourismThe “Arab Spring” has led to an investor exodus and a drop in tourism as fears of terrorism send tourists to other destinations.
ICC Arrest Warrant for Qaddafi The International Criminal Court at The Hague has issued an arrest warrant for Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi. He is wanted for war crimes.
Qaddafi Loses His PawnsGermany and the UAE recognize Libyan rebels, but Qaddafi seemed unworried – he played chess with a world champion and settled for a stalemate.
Libyan Arms Pipeline to GazaIsrael is concerned a 'large quantity' of weapons have flowed from Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi's stores to Hamas in Gaza.
ICC Probing Qadaffi Terror-RapesICC investigators are probing claims Qaddafi distributed 'Viagra' to his soldiers to further his terror-rape campaign in a 'horrific first.'
UN: Qaddafi Committed War CrimesUN panel finds that Libyan leader Qaddafi has committed war crimes and crimes against humanity - and that rebels, too, committed some war crimes.
Qaddafi Hid Under PlaygroundInternational Criminal Court prosecutors want warrants for the arrest of Gaddafi for torture, murder and the brutal suppression of opponents.
UN Wants Libya CeasefireUN sends envoy to Libya; NATO continues air strikes; ICC sets sights on Qaddafi for "crimes against humanity;" Qaddafi: "You cannot kill me!"
EU Plans Benghazi OfficeEU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton says she plans to open an office in rebel-held Benghazi; rebel fighters claim gains in besieged Misrata
NATO Kills Qaddafi’s Son NATO forces, in what may have been attempt to kill Muammar Qaddafi, killed one of his sons and three grandsons. NATO denies they were targeted.
Over 10,000 Killed in LibyaAnti-government rebels in Libya have faced steep losses – with as many as 10,000 people killed, and 20,000 more missing, rebel leaders say.
Qaddafi Writes Letter to ObamaLibyan leader sends a personal letter to President Obama, asking that he work to end the attacks in his country. Clinton: Qaddafi knows what to do.
Arab-Iran Diplomatic WarThe Arab world and Iran, a Persian nation, whipped out diplomatic swords Sunday and Monday. Iran: Saudi Arabia is “occupying” Bahrain.
NATO Bomb Kills 13 Libya RebelsNATO planes enforcing the UN sanctioned no-fly zone over Libya on Friday have killed 13 rebel fighters; Qaddafi doesn't want ceasefire.
Qaddafi Strikes Back!Following a wild two-day 300km advance, Libya's rebels are on the run as Qaddafi hits back and the allies reach for popcorn.
Rebels Eye Qaddafi’s Home TownQaddafi’s soldiers flee Western bombing offensive, allowing rebels to retake the oil port of Benghazi and prepare to fight for Qaddafi’s home town.
Qaddafi Fights OnAfter five nights of continued coalition airstrikes, Qaddafi's forces continue to shell key rebel cities as Libya's bloody civil war continues.
Attack Extends to TripoliReports say smoke was coming out of Qaddafi's military compound after airstrikes in Tripoli on Sunday night.
Qaddafi: Western War on IslamWestern nations continued to bomb Qaddafi's bases and an air field. He calls the West “terrorists.” US: We stopped his offensive against rebels.
UN Approves No-Fly ZoneThe UN Security Council passes a resolution approving a no-fly zone over Libya as Qaddafi threatens to enter Benghazi and crush the revolt.
Libya May be the Next SomaliaEither dictator Qaddafi will be victorious, or Libya will split into “Somalia-like” segments, U.S. expert says. Obama administration disagrees.
Qaddafi Bombs Rebel TownsQaddafi’s army is bombing and shelling rebel-held cities, “flattening” Zawiyah and killing hundreds of fighters, The EU talks about new sanctions.
Qaddafi Acted ‘Just Like Israel’The world according to Qaddafi: Libyan rebels are like “Al-Qaeda in Gaza. The same thing here! We have small armed groups who are fighting us.”
Yemen: It’s All Israel’s FaultYemen’s leader blames Israel and the US for rebellions. Qaddafi points fingers at the US and adds al-Qaeda and spiked Nescafe to his black list.
The End is Near for QaddafiLibyan rebels control most of Libya’s oil production facilities and close in on Tripoli, Qaddafi’s sole base.
Qaddafi to Blow Up Oil PipelineQaddafi is threatening to blow up oil facilities, a source told TIME magazine. Oil prices soar and gasoline in Israel will cost more next month.
Qaddafi’s Solution: IsratineLibyan dictator Qaddafi told the UN he has the solution for the Mideast: One state called Isratine. Many in his audience slept through his speech.