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Muammar Gaddafi’s control of Tripoli looks increasingly tenuous, but the east of the country has been free from his grip for days.
The axe looks increasingly likely to fall on France’s embattled foreign minister, with claims she will not be in the job beyond this
It is estimated that some 30 000 foreigners have left Libya since the uprising started. Many of them have crossed over the frontier into Tunisia
One man able to provide a unique insight into Muammar Gaddafi’s world and possibly his next move, is the Colonel’s former head of protocol, Nuri
A hardline Shi’ite dissident has returned home to Bahrain from exile to join the burgeoning opposition to the island kingdom’s Sunni royal
Fearful of rebellion, the Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, has a history of using outside fighters.
Packed together in makeshift holding cells in
There is mounting evidence that a growing number of Libyan military personnel are defecting and joining the opposition against Colonel Gaddafi.
Fresh attempts to stage a protest rally in Algeria’s capital have been hampered by riot police.
Demonstrators, led by Said Sadi, head of the
The nightmare is over for more than 2,000 mainly Chinese workers, who have escaped Libya on board a Greek-flagged passenger ferry. It is just one of
Although Colonel Gaddafi is reported to be in control of most of the Libyan capital Tripoli, anti-government protesters appear to be still very much
The UN Security Council has rarely seen anything like it, with hugs and embraces after an impassioned speech.
The emotional address reduced its
In Yemen, funerals are taking place for two more people shot dead during anti-government protests.
The latest victims were killed in clashes with
Ireland’s main opposition party Fine Gael is on course to lead the next government but without an overall majority, according to an exit poll by the
Palestinians demonstrated in Hebron to mark the anniversary of the death of 29 Palestinians killed by a Jewish settler in 1994. Israeli soldiers
Libyans and foreign nationals demonstrate against Muammar Gaddafi in Seoul in South Korea and in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.
Tunisians at the border with Libya help refugees fleeing clashes.
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In Tobruk, residents celebrate the victory over Muammar Gaddafi’s forces. Meanwhile in Tripoli, Libyans are still demonstrating and fighting against
There is growing speculation that France’s beleaguered foreign minister will be sacked this weekend over a series of gaffes concerning Tunisia’s
The cinema world’s eyes maybe firmly fixed on Hollywood for Sunday night’s Oscars, but not before France held its own film award ceremony, the
UN chief Ban ki-moon has urged swift action to deal with the crisis engulfing Libya.
The United Nations Secretary-General’s call came as the
Thousands of people have massed outside Tripoli airport in the hope of fleeing the chaos ripping Libya apart.
Tensions are running high. While
Ireland is bracing itself for one of its biggest political shake-ups since independence after polls in the country’s general election closed
Police in Tunisia have fired warning shots and tear gas to disperse crowds of protesters in the centre of the capital, Tunis.
Witnesses say several