News Libyans carry the coffin of a person killed in Friday's demonstration during a funeral procession for the dead in Tripoli on Saturday

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

Aid pledged to help Libya's injured

Medical support funded by the British Government will help thousands of patients injured during the conflict in Libya, as well as those with serious diseases, a major humanitarian organisation said today.

Rebels settle scores in Libyan capital

UN urges restraint as the rebels wreak their revenge on 'loyalists'

Leading article: It is time for Libya's freedom fighters to grow up

That the UN should call for restraint amid the chaos in Libya is a given.

Nato jets bomb Gaddafi stronghold

British warplanes struck a large bunker in Muammar Gaddafi's hometown of Sirte, his largest remaining stronghold, as Nato focused on loyalist forces trying to hold back advancing rebels.

Rebel government moving to Tripoli

The Libyan rebels' interim government announced it is moving from Benghazi to the capital, Tripoli, another step towards taking control, as bursts of heavy gunfire erupted around Muammar Gaddafi's last stronghold early today.

Bodies pile up as search for Gaddafi intensifies

Fierce fighting and wild rumours as hunt gathers pace

In row after row corpses lie, the grim cost of the fight for Tripoli

Civilians among the dead in the capital

Beyond bars: one by one, Tripoli's prisons give up their secrets

Thousands of dissidents vanished under Gaddafi. Their loved ones are praying for news of their survival

Watch out for looted Libyan artefacts, UN warns auction houses

As violence spreads through Tripoli, fears grow that antiquities of 'great importance to humanity' will be destroyed

Destroy rebels, demands defiant Gaddafi

Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has issued a defiant message, calling on supporters to "fight and kill" the rebels who now control large parts of Libyan capital Tripoli.

Scottish officials 'trying to trace Megrahi'

The Scottish Justice Secretary said officials are trying to contact Libyan rebel leaders as part of efforts to track down the Lockerbie bomber.

Nato forces helping rebels in hunt for Gaddafi

Nato intelligence and reconnaissance assets are being used to try to hunt down Moammar Gaddafi, the elusive Libyan dictator.

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