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Tripoli (Libya)

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  • SYRIA: Satellite TV station keeps Moammar Kadafi on the air

     
    Moammar Kadafi can still count on one friendly place to air his calls to burn Libya down: Syria, where beleaguered leader Bashar Assad is allowing a satellite TV station to air all the deposed Libyan leader's fervent appeals. Al Oruba channel, linked to...
  • Bill deals with sailors killed in 1804, Jewish WWI heroes, ship names

     
    A defense bill expected to clear Congress today deals with Jewish American World War I heroes, sailors killed in Tripoli in 1804 and Navy policies for naming ships....
  • Panetta honors long-dead U.S. sailors in Tripoli

     
    Libya, Panetta, Kadafi, Navy, sailors: In a walled cemetery overlooking Tripoli’s harbor lie the plain sandstone graves of the crew of the Intrepid, a U.S. ship that blew up on a secret mission 200 years ago....
  • Panetta, in Libya, warns of 'long and difficult transition'

     
    Libya, Panetta, Arab Spring, Kadafi: Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta, on his first visit to Libya since the fall of Moamar Kadafi, warned that its government faces "a long and difficult transition" as it seeks to bring militias and tribes under its...
  • Britain to probe whether its spies turned over pair to Libya

     
    Scotland Yard will investigate whether British spies facilitated the abduction of two Libyan men who were allegedly shipped back to their homeland and tortured there by the late dictator Moammar Kadafi’s regime, authorities announced Thursday....
  • British government abandons torture inquiry

     
    An inquiry on reports that the British security services tortured terrorism suspects has been abandoned to make way for a police investigation of torture allegations that emerged last week....
  • Remembering the New York Times' Anthony Shadid in Beirut

     
    New York Times foreign correspondent Anthony Shadid died in Syria on Thursday, apparently of an asthma attack. Reporters and other people who knew Anthony Shadid well shared their remembrances of him Friday after the news spread....
  • Libyan militias torture alleged Kadafi supporters, report says

     
    Armed militias that helped bring down Moammar Kadafi are now repeating many of his abuses, Amnesty International warned Thursday in a report that comes a year after the start of the uprising against the Libyan strongman....
  • Leaders in eastern Libya declare their region semiautonomous

     
    Leaders from eastern Libya declared their oil-rich region semiautonomous Tuesday, a provocative move likely aimed at extracting concessions from the nation’s interim authorities while highlighting widening divisions in a country still reeling from...
  • Russians, others sentenced to prison in post-Kadafi Libya

     
    Two dozen men from Ukraine, Belarus and Russia were sentenced Monday to long prison terms in Libya for their work in support of the late Moammar Kadafi's regime, Russian media reported....
  • LIBYA: Moammar Kadafi orders release of 20 journalists detained amid apparent power struggle

     
    Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi has ordered the release of 20 detained journalists working for media outlets affiliated with his reform-minded son amid apparent rising tensions between moderates and the nation's old guard. Kadafi also asked that an...