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There is a growing concern over Gaddafi’s legacy as tons of dangerous chemical waste is found in the country. In southern Libya, 10,000 drums of radioactive ‘yellowcake’, an essential ingredient in the uranium enrichment process, have been been found.
New York: London: Tripoli: 08:20 Al Jazeera English At least 7 Gaddafi fighters were killed and more than 40 wounded in the NTC’s push for Sirte. 08:20 Reuters A television station broadcast footage dated Sept. 20 of what it said … Continue reading
New York: London: Tripoli: 21:42 Reuters Libya’s new rulers plan to abolish the state security courts used by Muammar Gaddafi to imprison political dissidents, the country’s interim justice minister said on Monday. Mohammed al-Alagi told a news conference the proposal … Continue reading
The first time I went to Libya, in 2010, I was arrested just two days into my trip. Filming a documentary for VICE, I was detained for shooting where the authorities thought I shouldn’t, and thus began endless rounds of … Continue reading
Mustafa Abdel Jalil spoke today in Benghazi about the state of the country.
Sabha, Libya (CNN) — A military site containing what appears to be radioactive material has been uncovered by revolutionary forces near the southern Libyan city of Sabha. Military forces loyal to the country’s National Transitional Council took a CNN crew … Continue reading
After a week of stalemate, Libyan fighters manage to push Gaddafi’s fighters back. They call on them to lay down their weapons and surrender.
BREGA, Libya, Sept 23 – Scribbled in blue marker in Arabic on the walls of Brega oil terminal is a message meant to cheer returning workers: “Gaddafi is gone and the place has been checked.” Oil production has restarted in … Continue reading