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Hague facing questions over Libya deal

William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, is facing questions over his role in a controversial oil deal in Libya involving a company run by a Conservative donor. William Hague By Holly Watt and Rowena Mason 6:40AM GMT 11 Nov 2011 Mr … Continue reading

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“You have to wonder, is this how failed states start out?”

By Nick Meo, Tripoli 1:44PM GMT 05 Nov 2011 Abdul Mojan’s moment of realisation came when the good guys threw him into the boot of their car, slammed it shut and drove off with him a prisoner inside. When they … Continue reading

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Libya: militias turn on each other as fears grow for law and order

Hundreds of armed militas fought each other at a hospital in Tripoli early on Monday, in the biggest armed clash between allies since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi. A file photo of Libyan National Transitional Council fighters in action Photo: … Continue reading

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Libyan rebels disappointed by lack of leadership slip away from Bani Walid front

By Associated Press, Updated: Saturday, September 24, 4:59 PM WADI DINAR, Libya — Many revolutionary fighters are abandoning one of the main fronts in the battle to rout Moammar Gadhafi’s loyalists, saying they’re not afraid of dying in the face … Continue reading

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Public see through NATO propaganda – see comments section of Telegraph article below

Nato launches renewed strikes in bid to help Libyan rebels’ final assault  By Richard Spencer, Tripoli, Ruth Sherlock near Bani Walid and Rob Crilly in Benghazi 11:43PM BST 11 Sep 2011 Nato said it had struck a pro-Gaddafi tank, two … Continue reading

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Telegraph admits major racist reprisals by rebels against civilians in Tawerga

By Andrew Gilligan, Tawarga 7:00AM BST 11 Sep 2011 Tawargha, a once bustling town which supported Gadaffi, is now deserted ‘Until last month, the town of Tawarga was home to 10,000 civilians. But as dusk fell over it last week, … Continue reading

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Saif al-Islam takes journalists on tour of ‘safe’ Tripoli

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