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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

Libyan protesters stand amidst scattered documents after ransacking the headquarters of the liberal National Forces Alliance (NFA), the country's biggest political party founded by wartime rebel prime minister Mahmoud Jibril

More than 1,000 inmates escape from Libya's al-Kweifiya prison

The jailbreak happened as protesters stormed political party offices in Libya's main cities

Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal arrives in court

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That’s a mouthful, what do his friends call him?

Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal arrives in court

Saudi prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal denies reneging on payment to woman who brokered sale of luxury jet to Colonel Gaddafi

Billionaire tells court: 'This plane was a drop in the sea of what I do every day'

Colonel Gaddafi, pictured in 2008, would not handle letters written to him because of fears for his safety

Gaddafi feared poison pen mail, court told

Insight emerges in High Court case aginst senior member of Saudi royal family

The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani (pictured left), is stepping down and handing power to Crown Prince Sheikh Tamim

The Emir of Qatar has just made headlines by handing power to his son - and it isn't the first time

Qatar stands out in the region because of its role in bankrolling the Arab Spring, but how will the tiny emirate fare come the Arab Autumn?

A fair cop? Cameron backtracks on comment on Britain's 'relatively honest police force'

It maybe what he privately thinks - but almost certainly not what intended to publically state.

David Cameron will support US plans to impose a no-fly zone over parts of Syria

Cameron pushes for action to curb Bashar al-Assad

The Prime Minister will use this week’s G8 summit to convince world leaders to step up action

Silvio Berlusconi

Silvio Berlusconi 'asked Italy's secret service to bump off Muammar Gaddafi'

Silvio Berlusconi asked Italy’s secret services to bump off Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, so the then premier could end his increasingly embarrassing ties with the Libyan dictator, it was claimed today.

The News Matrix: Tuesday 11 June 2013

Man ‘revolted’ by wife’s surgery death

The News Matrix: Monday 10 June 2013

Security chaos and deaths in Benghazi

Gaddafi, Tapie and Bettencourt: Nicholas Sarkozy's scandals are catching up as he talks about return to political stage

Fresh allegations emerge over former French President's link to the Libyan dictator amid further controversies

Lionel Ritchie performing in Tripoli

Lionel Richie hits big time again… as an Iraq ’n’ roll star

Soul legend’s songs such as ‘Hello’ have taken the Arab world by storm

The News Matrix: Monday 6 May 2013

Plane crashes at Madrid airshow

The Prime Minister, a former diplomat, might be barred from working for the new administration

Libya bans Gaddafi’s old guard from office

Libya’s parliament has passed a law banning anyone who held a senior position during Muammar Gaddafi’s 42-year rule from working for the new administration, a move that could force the Prime Minister to step down.

Saif al-Islam Gaddafi in court accused of harming state security and trying to escape custody

Saif al-Islam, General Gaddafi's son and likely successor until the family was toppled from power during Libya's Arab Spring, appeared in court accused of harming state security and trying to escape custody.

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