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  • Libya parliament allies with renegade general, struggles to assert authority

    Libya parliament allies with renegade general, struggles to assert authority
    BENGHAZI Libya (Reuters) - Libya's beleaguered elected parliament has declared a formal alliance with a renegade former general, as it struggles to assert some authority in a country many fear is sliding into outright civil war.
  • Gaddafi cousin hopes to participate in Libyan peace talks

    CAIRO (Reuters) - A cousin and former aide of Muammar Gaddafi said he wants to take part in proposed talks aimed at bringing together Libya's warring parties, in a rare bid by a member of the ex-ruler's inner-circle to regain influence. The Gaddafi...

    U.S., four European countries call for end to violence in Libya

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and four European countries jointly called on Saturday for an end to violence in Libya. The governments of France, Italy, Germany, Britain and the United States said in a statement that they "agree that there is...

    Libya's overstretched border police struggle to secure border

    Libya's overstretched border police struggle to secure border
    MUSAID Libya (Reuters) - When the man in charge of Libya's main border crossing with Egypt checks his staff rota every morning, he can count on a maximum of just 30 officers. The tiny force polices the northern tip of a 1,115 km (700 mile) desert border,...

    Fading Arab Spring needs Washington-esque leaders

    In celebrating our American Revolution, we tend to see it as the simple act of a united people whose happy outcome was virtually assured by our declaration of independence in 1776. For us, it becomes an all but inevitable event rather than a messy and...