Colonel Gaddafi has been killed in Libya after 42 years of a brutal dictatorship. The Libyan people will be celebrating tonight but if, as appears likely, he was killed after suffering wounds from a NATO aircraft it raises questions about the legality of the bombing campaign in Libya.
Celebrations have erupted on the streets of Sirte, Gaddafi's hometown, following the confirmation by the National Transitional
Soaked in blood and looking empty eyed into the camera lens - is this the image of Colonel Gaddafi the world will remember
Former Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi has been killed, authorities there have confirmed. Following the news Nato announced
Unconfirmed reports suggest that Colonel Gaddafi, the former Libyan leader, has been captured. Libyan TV is quoting National
Libyan National Transitional Council fighters say they have captured the last positions held by Muammar Gaddafi's loyalists
British forces will continue operations in Libya for as long as necessary as "intense" fighting continued in the last strongholds
When Colonel Gaddafi fled Tripoli last month he and his supporters were not the only ones living in fear. Either in the rush
For a truly democratic system to emerge in Libya, Islamists must be part of the process. Whether their claims to support pluralism are genuine or whether they hide a more hardline and intolerant agenda remains to be seen, however.
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