Four killed in Bani Walid after government troops arrest supporter of former dictator
Abdelhakim Belhaj says MI6 knew he was being tortured but did nothing to stop it
Saharan fighters who captured Saif al-Islam are unwilling to surrender him to Tripoli
Now the Libyan dictator's heir is held, what will he say about deals with the West?
Messages found in his office show how MI6 gave details of dissident exiles to Gaddafi – and how the CIA used regime for rendition
Abdulhakim Belhaj's allegations suggest a close relationship between the US and Gaddafi's regime
Poor black migrant workers are cowering in camps as rebels hunt down Gaddafi's 'mercenaries'
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.
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.
Regime troops killed 53 people in a warehouse and then burnt the bodies, say local people
Atmosphere uncertain amid fears of more fighting if anti-Gaddafi factions fall out in power struggle
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.
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.
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.
Thousands of dissidents vanished under Gaddafi. Their loved ones are praying for news of their survival
As violence spreads through Tripoli, fears grow that antiquities of 'great importance to humanity' will be destroyed