Throwing Colonel Gaddafi “under a bus” in Libya signalled to dictators such as Bashir Assad not to give up their chemical
NEW YORK -- Tony Blair privately told Colonel Gaddafi to leave Libya before the 2011 rebellion reached the “point of no return
Libya is now in flames. This might seem to be a rather hyperbolic note on which to begin, but it is true. The country is spiralling out of control, and the city of Benghazi, the former rebel capital in the 2011 revolution against the dictatorship of Colonel Gaddafi, has reportedly been captured by Islamist militants and declared an 'Islamic emirate'.
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Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the late Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi, has made a rare appearance since being captured
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Former Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi would only handle copies of letters for "security reasons", a High Court judge
More than 20 European nations offered support to covert CIA operations to kidnap terror suspects - but many Western countries
As US President George W Bush made his famous speech about the "axis of evil", and his administration named countries including
French and Canadian militants could have been among those who stormed an Algerian gas field, taking hundreds hostage and