Daily Archives: August 26, 2011

AU desists from recognising Libya’s NTC

The African Union has refused to explicitly recognise Libya’s National Transitional Council (NTC), in a setback for Libyan rebels who have already been recognised as the legitimate government by more than 40 countries. Instead, the AU on Friday called for … Continue reading

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Rebel splits resurface

One of eastern Libya’s most powerful tribes has said it is prepared to detain and try senior rebel leaders it believes were behind the murder of the opposition’s top military commander. Abdel Fatah Younis was assassinated on July 28 after … Continue reading

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Kucinich: NATO Pursued Regime Change in Libya

Was the United States’ Central Intelligence Agency involved in planning for regime change prior to events in February and March in Benghazi? Did the CIA and its assets have a role in fomenting a civil war? Was the United States, … Continue reading

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Michael Maloof on Libya

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The presence of westerners on the ground in Libya aiding rebels

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Yvonne di Vito discusses the failings of journalists in Libya

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Dr. Moussa Ibrahim speaking from Tripoli (subtitled) – 24/08/2011

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