The Libyan dictator ignored the former Prime Minister's warning and refused to leave as the country descended into war
The three men were convicted of accosting three teenager girls in Cambridge city centre in 2014
A GP has said that the Sharmas will likely die if they're sent back to their country of origin
Move increases the likelihood of an agreement to form a unity government
His call has gone down very well far beyond the family stronghold
Establishing a relationship of “trust” with the LIA allowed the bank to make $350m from a series of trades worth $1bn that ultimately proved worthless
For some language courses, a year in Paris is usual. But if you're reading Arabic, you have to travel a little further afield, as Rosie Collington found out
As we approach a time when there will be no more survivors, focus is intensifying on recording their stories and learning the lessons of then – for now
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.
Energy worker Mr De Salis was killed alongside a female from New Zealand
The motive for the killings of a British man and his female New Zealander companion on a beach in Libya could be criminal as well as political, investigators have said.
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
Announcement follows talks between David Cameron and Libyan prime minister Ali Zeidan
The 270 victims of the tragedy will be remembered today in memorial services