Libya war

Security in Libya remains an ephemeral prospect. The country is awash with guns and militias, numbered in the thousands. Since the collapse of the Gaddafi regime, successive transitional governments have consistently failed to impose their authority over the entirety of its territory and to reverse a deteriorating security climate.
Before we blame radical Islam for terrorism and loss of freedom - consider that our Security Services blame our foreign policy, not any religion, for acts of terrorism. Radical Islam is a bastardisation of true, peaceful Islam. And the effect on our social fabric of continually scapegoating Muslims for our own aggression abroad is painful, and breeds yet more jihadists.
Former Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi would only handle copies of letters for "security reasons", a High Court judge
Libyans took to the streets of Benghazi on Wednesday to protest against the US embassy attacks that led to the death of four
In February this year the British Council ran a series of empowerment workshops for women in Tripoli. Included in the workshops
According to William Hague, the UK is heavily engaged in international efforts to bring an end to the Syria crisis, but are we really "standing by the Syrian people", or are we merely standing back?
Two British journalists held in Libya after they were accused of spying have been released, the Foreign Office said. Nicholas
Reaction has been mixed to Foreign Secretary William Hague's decision to expel all remaining Libyan diplomats from the UK