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The former Prime Minister argues that the battles of this century will be fueled by religious differences rather than political ideology
We have vastly better things to do with the money
Some people will do anything for money
The Government faces fresh allegations that it failed to act on an intercepted order from Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to open fire on demonstrators at a London protest where a policewoman was murdered.
Two teachers, one of them a Briton, have been found shot dead close to an oil and gas complex in western Libya.
A controversial fixer for arms deals linked to an alleged corruption scandal that engulfed Nicolas Sarkozy has been refused entry to Britain.
Al-Assad will stay in power. The rebels are not strong enough to remove him without Western intervention
Diplomatic Channels: President Mandela was not going to turn his back on Libya
On anniversary of bombing, fresh evidence emerges that Palestinian group was responsible
It's easier than ever to cut straight to the source of Europe's wine regions
Mohammed Abu Talb was blamed for the bombing in the investigators’ 2002 report
Carol King-Eckersley tells of her 'double tragedy' after deciding to track down her only child, put up for adoption 45 years ago
HIV is gaining ground in the Middle East and North Africa
Two years after Gaddafi was overthrown, a weak government is struggling as the killing continues
41-year-old convicted of stabbing Ms Waugh and trying to sell her London flat
The French have been robust in protecting what it considers to be French and, by extension, Western interests