New claims that will allegedly "destroy the prosecution case" against the only man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing will
One year on from the start of the revolution in Libya, Prime Minister David Cameron has promised that the UK would continue
The publication yesterday of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee Report on Libya is quite rightly very positive about the conduct and outcome of recent operations in that country.
The fact remains though that we need to talk about famine. Perhaps not in the technical UN-defined sense of the word. But in the dictionary sense of the word: extreme and general scarcity of food, as in a country or a large geographical area. With so many lives potentially at stake, now is not the time to dodge the issue.
This year, we've feared the doom and felt the gloom. We watched as people battled for democracy abroad, whilst battles took place within our democracy at home.
A budding art student's illustration has trumped thousands of professional drawings to win the political cartoon of the year
The decision to unfreeze the assets of two Libyan banks is "another significant moment" in the country's transition, the
In Tripoli a few years ago, we were very impressed with the facilities at an ultra-modern hospital. Our suspicions grew however
Wikileaks has released the first swathe of 'spyfiles' documents from security companies around the world, in an effort to
The Foreign Office "lobbied" Oxford University to accept Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of the recently deposed dictator, in