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Members of Libya's coastguard undergo a rescue exercise during training provided by the European Union, in Tripoli November 13, 2013 in this picture provided by the European Union Press Office.
False intelligence extracted by torture in Tripoli's notorious Abu Salim prison has been linked to arrests of Libyan dissidents in the United Kingdom, an investigation by Al Jazeera's People and Power has revealed.
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The Libyan capital saw a fuel crisis last week as protestors disrupted oil flows and insecurity forced the closure of some petrol stations.
TRIPOLI: Few Libyans have registered to vote for a constitutional commission, official figures showed Tuesday, as the country grapples with growing unrest two years after the toppling of Moammar Gadhafi.
Doctors and staff at Sebha Medical Center in Libya said they were on strike after gunmen kidnapped a patient from an operating room and killed him nearby.
THIS WENT DOWN IN TRIPOLI, AND THEN, SINCE THEN, LIBYA HAS BEEN STRUGGLING TO ESTABLISH A CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AFTER THE REBEL FORCES KILLED MOAMMAR GADHAFI.
The Security Council today voiced its grave concern at the worsening security situation and political divisions in Libya which threaten to undermine the country's democratic transition.
The U.N. Security Council is expressing "grave concern" at the weakening security situation in Libya as the North African country struggles to control armed groups and transition to democracy.
LIBYA has appointed two prosecutors to deal with the international investigation into the Lockerbie bombing, Scotland's chief law officer has revealed.
The fired chief of staff for Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander was ordered to live with his parents in Maryland while he awaits prosecution on charges of possession and attempted distribution of child pornography.
The price of oil rose above $97 a barrel Monday, supported by a survey pointing to a modest economic pick-up in Europe and the continued closure of export terminals in Libya.
Brent futures rose above $109 a barrel on Monday as supply concerns revived after Libya failed to reach a deal with tribal leaders to end the blockade of several oil-exporting ports.
A Libyan army colonel was killed and three soldiers were injured on Sunday in two separate attacks in the eastern city of Benghazi, security and medical sources told Xinhua.
Conservative media have repeatedly pushed the myth that security forces in Libya the night of the attack were ordered to "stand down" rather than rush to the aid of their colleagues in the diplomatic compound.
Authorities say a 9-year-old Ohio girl has been found dead in a trash bin near her home hours after she was reported missing.