News and updates about NTC

Libya's Landmark Elections Postponed to July 7

Libya announces that elections for a constituent assembly have been postponed to July 7, citing logistical and technical reasons.

Libya's Landmark Elections Postponed to July 7

Tunisia to Extradite Libya's Ex-PM Back to Tripoli

Tunisia has agreed to extradite former Prime Minister Al-Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi back to his homeland to face charges of treason.

Tunisia to Extradite Libya's Ex-PM Back to Tripoli

Libya's East Declares Domestic Self-Rule

In 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.

Libya's East Declares Domestic Self-Rule

Libyan Gov't to Give $100M to Syrian Rebels

The Libyan government – formerly Libya's opposition forces – says it will give $100 million in food and medicine to Syria's rebel forces.

Libyan Gov't to Give $100M to Syrian Rebels

Qaddafi's Daughter Starts Trouble from Algeria

The daughter of Muammar Qaddafi is carrying on her father's struggle against the rebel forces who toppled him from power in Libya.

Qaddafi's Daughter Starts Trouble from Algeria

ICC Agrees to Try Saif al-Islam in Libya

The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court at The Hague says the trial of Saif al-Islam Qaddafi can proceed in Libya.

ICC Agrees to Try Saif al-Islam in Libya

Tunisian Extradition Battle Over Former Libyan PM

Tunisia has become the latest battleground over the fate of one of Libya's former leaders -- ex-Prime Minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi.

Tunisia Continues Extradition Battle Over Former Libyan PM

Libya to Officially Declare Liberation

Libya's National Transitional Council is set to formally declare liberation on Sunday.

Libya to Officially Declare Liberation

Libya's NTC Says 'Final Assault' on Sirte

Libyan rebels say they are launching their "final assault" on Sirte, hometown of former dictator Muammar Qaddafi. But it's not over yet.

Libyan Rebels Launch 'Final Assault' on Qaddafi's Hometown

Libya: Rebels Downplay Refinery Attack

Libya's interim rebel government has tried to downplay an attack by Qaddafi forces on its oil industry as "an isolated event."

Libya: Rebels Downplay Refinery Attack

Cameron, Sarkozy in Surprise Tripoli Visit

British prime minister David Cameron and French president Nicolas Sarkozy visit Tripoli in show of support for interim rebel council.

Cameron, Sarkozy Make Surprise Tripoli Visit

Summarizing Libya's Ideological Precipice

Islamic leaders in Libya accused de facto prime minister Mahmoud Jibril of being an 'extreme secularist' who is 'worse than Qaddafi.'

Libya's Ideological Precipice: Islamist or Secular?

Libya's Rebel Leaders Disavow Radical Islam

Libya's interim leader Mustafa Abdel Jalil disavowed radical Islam promising a moderate sharia-based democracy.

Libya's Rebel Leaders Disavow Radical Islam

Heavy Fighting in Chaotic Bani Walid Offensive

Rebel fighters in Libya admit they vastly underestimated the number of loyalists in Bani Walid as discipline falters in their own ranks.

Heavy Fighting in Chaotic Bani Walid Offensive

Qaddafi Denies He Fled to Niger in New Audio

Former Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi denied fleeing and vowed "never to leave the land of his ancestors" in a new audiotape Thursday.

Qaddafi Denies He Fled to Niger in New Audioplayer

Qaddafi's Family Arrives in Algeria

Former Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi's wife Safiya, his daughter Aisha, two sons and their children have all arrived in Algeria.

Qaddafi's Wife, 3 Children, Grandchildren Arrive in Algeria

Qaddafi, Rebels Deny Backchannel Talks

Both the government of Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi and the rebel leadership in the country deny they are holding backchannel talks.

Qaddafi, Rebels Deny Backchannel Talks