The publication of the Chilcot report promises to provide a damning indictment of our government, but, asks Patrick Cockburn, have the lessons of this sorry saga been learnt?
It was a tangential finding that Clinton used a private email server that has given her more grief
Goldman Sachs paid for prostitutes and lavish parties in an attempt to win business from the Libyan Investment Authority
Last week the Crown Prosecution Service said that there is “insufficient evidence” to bring charges against British officials in the case of Abdelhakim Belhaj
Fighters backed by the new Government of National Unity have been advancing on the group's Mediterranean coastal stronghold
Abdel Hakim Belhaj and Sami al-Saadi, along with members of their families, were kidnapped and sent to face punishment in Libya in 2004
More than 1,000 people have drowned in sinkings between Libya and Italy in recent days
The condition is prompting serious concerns from health officials
Libya requested assistance for its coastguard as efforts continue to stop people smugglers sending boats towards Italy
'We did all that's possible to be done,' says Captain Francesco Iavazzo
At least five people have died and hundreds rescued
The strike came when a vehicle, acting as a bomb, approached a bridge leading towards the city of Misrata
'We were filled with hope. Then step by step, Daesh took over. Now we feel we are cursed.'
A UN arms embargo is set to be amended to allow weapons to be sent to the Government of National Accord which is seeking to establish itself in Tripoli
Libya is currently subject to a UN arms embargo to pretend lethal weapons falling into Islamist hands
The top ten most corrupt nations will receive £421 million in British aid this year