Sep 6, 2011
Western Morning News
published Fall of Gadaffi's Tripoli base heralds the Arab Autumn
One regularly hears in a pub the foolish line that all politicians are the same.
Once upon a time in Libya
Once upon a time there was a good farmer in an arid region called Libya. Through hard work, he freed his farm of vultures, wild dogs and pigs who gobbled up the little it produced and turned it into an oasis, providing food not only for the Libyan people but also for an enormous area around, called Africa, whose people he fed and educated for free.
Voice of America
Landmines in Libya Prolong Misery of War
A red flag, a sign of danger, is placed by landmines removed by the Libyan army to be destroyed later, during an operation to clear a landmine field near the coastal and border city of Tubruq, Libya, June 7, 2008 As the fighting rages in Libya, human rights groups are looking to a longer term consequence of the war - the use of landmines.
Libya experiencing fourth cross-desert conflict
The current Libyan civil war represents the fourth conflict toA tear across the Alaska-sized North African nation.
Inter Press Service
LIBYA: Aid Groups Struggle with Rising Tide of Refugees
UNITED NATIONS, Mar 7, 2011 - The international community is ramping up efforts to alleviate the growing humanitarian crisis in Libya, with has affected over 200,000 people since the Muammar Gaddafi regime first began a violent crackdown on opposition forces some three weeks ago.