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

Moussa Koussa's secret letters betray Britain's Libyan connection

Messages found in his office show how MI6 gave details of dissident exiles to Gaddafi – and how the CIA used regime for rendition

Rebel military chief says he was tortured by CIA

Abdulhakim Belhaj's allegations suggest a close relationship between the US and Gaddafi's regime

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Kim Sengupta: While Tripoli celebrates 'freedom', refugees from Africa fear for their lives

Poor black migrant workers are cowering in camps as rebels hunt down Gaddafi's 'mercenaries'

Adrian Hamilton: Intervention is never simply humanitarian

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Islamists at heart of rebellion temper aims with new pragmatism

Rebel militiamen, many of them former prisoners of Muammar Gaddafi, have an iron grip on Tripoli, but wonder who will hold long-term power in Libya.

Tempers flare in Tripoli as liquidity crisis hits before Eid

The queues stretched right around the block as Libyans waited in line to withdraw money from the bank before Eid, the festival marking the end of Ramadan, beginning in Tripoli today.

Libya leader gives Gaddafi forces surrender deadline

Libya's interim leader today gave forces loyal to deposed ruler Muammar Gaddafi a four-day deadline to surrender towns still under their control or face military force.

Megrahi lay there, clinging to life. But will he die at home or in jail?

The medicine needed for his cancer treatment was gone, plundered by looters who ransacked the house. The foreign-trained specialist doctors disappeared when the violence began. Now the desperate family of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi are begging the Scottish authorities to supply the drugs which may alleviate his pain and distress in the final days.

Can you vacate your room, sir? Libya's new government needs it

The new rulers of Libya, the Transitional National Council (TNC), have arrived in town. I know this because they just kicked me out of my painfully acquired hotel room when they took over the whole of the eighth floor of the Radisson Blu Hotel where I am staying.

Lockerbie bomber found in Tripoli villa 'close to death'

The Lockerbie bomber has been tracked down to his villa in Tripoli, where he is apparently comatose and near death, CNN has reported.

Rebels target Gaddafi's last stronghold after nearing Tripoli victory

Kim Sengupta reports on the opposition's plan to capture Sirte

Rebels wreak revenge on dictator's men

Atmosphere uncertain amid fears of more fighting if anti-Gaddafi factions fall out in power struggle

Charred remains of massacre victims found in Tripoli

Regime troops killed 53 people in a warehouse and then burnt the bodies, say local people

Libyan rebels claim victory south of Tripoli

Libyan rebels claimed victory over a suburb near Tripoli's airport today after an overnight battle as the opposition moves to solidify its hold on the capital while fighting Muammar Gaddafi loyalists in other parts of the country.

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