Data on almost 4,000 foreign recruits leaked by a fighter who defected earlier this year
Dozens of bodies have been recovered after refugees drown and suffocate to death on boat
Rescue operation coordinated by Italy was among the largest seen in a single day
Photojournalist Jeroen Oerlemans is 'shot in the chest by an Isis militant'
If you knew the facts about the civil war in Libya, you would understand why we wished the air strikes had come sooner. White British people advocating on my behalf keep calling it 'neo-colonialism', but that's not the truth
The suggestion that David Cameron should have waited to see what Gaddafi did next undermines the credibility of this report – which is a pity, because most of its other recommendations are sensible
Their report calls on the Foreign Office to reassess its claim that rescue operations create a 'pull factor'
Lord David Richards is calling for a change in the way the National Security Council operates
Aid workers evacuate babies and mother to shore for emergency medical care
Italian coastguard claims that it co-ordinated the rescue of more than 6,500 people across 40 operations
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
'Morale is much higher, our men were celebrating last night'
The Pentagon said Monday's strikes on Sirte were carried out after a request from the unity government, which is fighting extremists in the coastal city
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