Scotland’s Justice Minister, Kenny MacAskill, has again been defending his decision to free the Lockerbie bomber on compassionate grounds.
Libya’s national anthem rang out as an evening of celebrations got underway, the first of several to mark 40 years of Muammar Gaddafi’s rule
Marching bands, aerobatic displays and hundreds of dancers — all are in the mix as the Libyan leadership celebrates 40 years of Colonel Muammar
The Sudanese President and wanted war crimes suspect Omar al-Bashir has had talks with the leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. Libya is hosting an
Terminally-ill convicted Lockerbie bomber Abdel Basset al-Megrahi was rushed to a Tripoli hospital on Sunday, accompanied by a British journalist
Italy’s Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has defended his country’s immigration policy while on a whirlwind visit to Libya.
While the main reason
Scotland’s justice secretary has defended his decision to free the convicted Lockerbie bomber on compassionate grounds.
Kenny MacAskill condemned
Britain is strongly denying Libyan claims that the Lockerbie bomber’s release was linked to trade deals.
Last night Abdel Basset al-Megrahi
Britain has denied claims from Libya that secret trade deals helped win freedom for the Lockerbie bomber. Colonel Gaddafi sealed Abdelbaset Ali
The British government has condemned celebrations in Tripoli to mark the release and return of the Lockerbie bomber.
More than a thousand young
Libya has won a formal apology from Switzerland for the arrest last year of Colonel Gaddafi’s son.
President Hans-Rudolf Merz flew to Tripoli
The man convicted for the 1988 Lockerbie bombing is heading home.
Angry crowds outside Scotland’s Greenock prison saw him off.
The man jailed for carrying out the Lockerbie bombing has reportedly withdrawn his second appeal against his conviction.
Abdel Basset al-Megrahi
Speculation is rife that the man convicted of the Lockerbie bombing is on the verge of being freed.
Abdelbasset al Megrahi remains the only
Speculation is growing that the convicted Lockerbie bomber may soon be freed. Libyan Abdelbasset al Megrahi is the only person ever jailed for the
“Africans believe that their wealth has been plundered, that`s why they chase after riches. When they work in Europe, they think it`s their right to
The Libyan leader says Africans are flooding into Europe because they are chasing the riches pillaged from their countries.
Speaking to Euronews
Search and rescue operations are continuing after a boat carrying more than 250 illegal migrants heading for the EU sank off the coast of Libya
Libya’s long journey towards international acceptance began four years ago. It was in 2004 that diplomatic relations between Washington and Tripoli
Libya and the US have signed an agreement to compensate all American and Libyan victims of bombings involving the two countries. It paves the way for