The attack near Libya on the Bourbon Argos vessel is believed to be the first of its kind
Death toll likely to rise since 20 wounded troops in critical condition
There has been house-to-house fighting in residential areas in recent weeks, with the brigade fighters struggling to gain ground against sniper fire, trip wires and landmines
As the number of Isis fighters in Libya grows, the priority for Western leaders is to prevent Islamist terrorist networks using the country as base to attack Europe
Goran Tomasevic has been shooting unrest in Libya since the 2011 revolution
They are the first confirmed French military deaths since it became known earlier this year that special forces were operating on the ground in Libya
Hillary Clinton’s expected choice as Defence Secretary has just published a report on Syria which which makes for worrying reading. Its tactics would increase the likelihood of attacks like the one in Nice this week
Release made 'in accordance with law' and Mr al-Islam is 'well and safe and in Libya'
Last week the Crown Prosecution Service said that there is “insufficient evidence” to bring charges against British officials in the case of Abdelhakim Belhaj
Battles are still taking place in the city centre as government forces advanced from three sides
Blair’s periodic eruptions are so useful because he openly reveals that, like the Bourbons, he has learned nothing and forgotten nothing since the start of the Iraq War
Who specifically in the British establishment knew children and women, one pregnant, would be put on those rendition planes? Former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw? Tony Blair? Or, in this sense, had Britain’s agent gone rogue?
The condition is prompting serious concerns from health officials
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British SAS troops may be fighting in Yemen, Syria, Iraq, and Libya – but Parliament hasn’t been told about any of these deployments, let alone been given the chance to debate them
Around 14,000 people have been rescued from flimsy vessels in the last week