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Today is Monday, September 1, the 244th day of 2014. There are 121 days left in the year.
On this day in 1969 Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi left, pictured with the President of Mauritania became Libya s head of state.
The Islamist-allied militia group in control of Libya's capital has 'secured' a U.S. Embassy residential compound there, more than a month after American personnel evacuated from the country over ongoing fighting, one of its commanders said Sunday.
Members of a Libyan militia have taken over an annex of the U.S. embassy in Tripoli but have not broken into the main compound where the United States evacuated all of its staff last month, U.S. officials said on Sunday.
College students from West Africa may be subject to extra health checks when they arrive to study in the United States as administrators try to insulate their campuses from the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
Heavy clashes broke out between the forces of a renegade general and Islamist fighters in Libya's eastern city of Benghazi on Saturday, killing at least 10 people and showering the airport with rockets, medical and military sources said.
As officials continue to delay the release of the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee's report on post-9/11 CIA interrogation techniques, 10 victims of CIA rendition and torture have signed an open letter to President Obama asking him to declassify the heavily redacted report.
As instability continues to grip Libya, officials are sounding alarm over the deteriorating situation that could lead towards civil war in the country, where destabilization, critics charge, has deepened since NATO's bombing in 2011.
Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni and his cabinet resigned on Thursday to pave the way to forming a new government after parliamentary elections in June, a government statement said.
Why would he do it? Why would he put his life at risk? In this powerful tribute, the correspondent's friends and colleagues explain Aside from being a dedicated correspondent, Jim Foley was a dear friend to the GlobalPost editorial team.
Patrick Osman, a Ghanaian national who is currently living in Libya reveals to Peacefmonline.com that the situation in the country is worse than images shown on television or reported on the radio by the international media.
Libya's ambassador to the United Nations warned today of "full-blown civil war" if the chaos and division in the North African country continue.
In November 2012 Foley was abducted again, this time in Syria, and in another glory-hunting expedition, the audacious journalist had gone to document the anticipated fall of the Assad government.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 01:27 pm
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