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Fighting comes day after attack on protesters left over 40 dead in Libyan capital

Blunders by UK border staff give terror chiefs like Abu Anas al-Libi asylum, report warns

Britain is at risk of harbouring terror chiefs such as the suspected al-Qa'ida leader Abu Anas al-Libi because of mistakes by border officials, a parliamentary report will warn.

Abdul Moheman al-Raghie, left, and Nabih al-Raghie, the son and brother respectively of al-Qaeda suspect Abu Anas al-Libi have spoken to the press

Al-Liby capture: MPs to question Theresa May on why al-Qa’ida operative and 'most-wanted' seized by US in Libya was granted UK asylum in 1995

The computer expert, placed on the FBI's most wanted list in 2001, lived in Manchester for four years

Libyan prime minister Ali Zaidan David Cameron ahead of their meeting

Lockerbie bombing police to visit Libya for first time

Announcement follows talks between David Cameron and Libyan prime minister Ali Zeidan

Bee Gees: A popular sound in new Libya

Bee Gees blaring in post-Gadhafi Libya

Fuad Gritla, the morning host on 100.7 FM, knows his listeners in Libya's capital are grouchy, and he's trying to help.

Gaddafi's PM Al Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi goes on trial in Libya

Muammar Gaddafi's former Prime Minister has gone on trial charged with corruption and ordering mass rapes during the war that toppled the Libyan dictator.

Libyan state security forces known as the National Mobile Forces fire to disband clashes between armed groups near Zawiya street in the Libyan capital, Tripoli

Gunbattles erupt in Tripoli

Gunbattles shut down a neighborhood of central Tripoli on Sunday, as militias loyal to the government battled another militia that they said had gone rogue.

Libya's ruling council hands over power to new assembly

Libya's ruling council handed over power to a newly elected national assembly yesterday in the North African country's first peaceful transition of power in its modern history but which comes amid heightened violence.

Mahmoud Jibril has been reconciliatory towards the country’s religious groups

Don't call us secular, says Libyan poll favourite

Alliance of moderate parties takes lead in election as voters reject Islamist alternative

Libyans want answers over deadly Nato airstrikes

Mohammed al-Gherari lost five family members, including a young niece and nephew, when NATO accidentally struck their compound in the Libyan capital as they slept.

Tony Blair with Colonel Gaddafi in 2007; in the build-up to the meeting, it is alleged, MI5 and MI6 collaborated with Libyan intelligence services

Inquiry launched into 'betrayal' of Libyan asylum-seekers by MI5

Britain's relationship with Gaddafi regime in spotlight again amid claims of intimidation

Leading article: UK officials must come clean about rendition

Mr Belhaj's lawsuit could mean that light is finally cast on this still-murky subject

Lockerbie bomber in hospital

The Lockerbie bomber has been admitted to hospital for a blood transfusion, it was reported last night.

Nicholas Davies-Jones, left, and Gareth Montgomery-Johnson were detained for three weeks

Journalists were held over Welsh-Hebrew mix-up

Two British journalists who were detained in Libya have revealed they were held because their captors confused a passage of Welsh written on their medical supplies for Hebrew, leading to suspicions they were spying for Israel.

Two British journalists accused of spying on Libya

The head of a Libyan militia holding two British journalists captive has accused them of spying on government facilities and of entering the country illegally.

Two Britons in Libya accused of being spies

Two British journalists working for Iran's Press TV who were detained last month in Libya are suspected of being spies, the head of the militia which is holding them said last night.

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