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10 October 2011 6:54
Libyan revolutionaries say they have achieved great gains in their efforts to take command of the last two northern cities still under the control of the pro-Gaddafi forces, Press TV reports.
On Sunday, the ruling National Transitional Council (NTC)'s fighters seized an airport in Bani Walid and the Ouagadougou conference center, the Ibn Sina Hospital, and the city's university in Sirte...
25 June 2011 9:49
A number of Libyan revolutionaries have finished military training courses in the city of Misratah to further continue their fight against loyalists of the country's ruler Muammar Gaddafi.
The trainees, aged 18 to 25, were instructed by soldiers who have abandoned Gaddafi's regime in protest against killing of protesters.
The Libyan trainees displayed their military skills in presence of city residents. They...
15 June 2011 19:58
Libyan revolutionaries made fresh gains in both the east and the west of the country, as the NATO stepped up air raids on Tripoli.
In the west of the country, the fighters managed to force government troops into retreat from the town of Kikla, about 150km southwest of the capital, Tripoli, on Tuesday, news agencies said.
In the east, opposition fighters launched...
29 May 2011 16:27
A Human rights investigation in Libya has found that it was the US and its Western allies who cluster bombed the troubled city of Misratah back in April.
The HRI said it has convincing evidence that the cluster bombing blamed on pro-Gaddafi forces was actually carried out by the US navy.
The report says at the time of the attack, Human...
30 April 2011 13:22
Reports suggest forces loyal to embattled Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi have crossed the border into neighboring Tunisia and fought battles with Tunisian troops.
The report of the clashes comes as Gaddafi troops stormed the Dehiba-Wazin crossing on Libya's western frontier on Friday.
Gaddafi loyalists also fired several artillery shells into the Tunisian side of the border, damaging several buildings in the...
24 April 2011 16:28
At least 36 people have been killed over the past 24 hours in Misratah after forces loyal to embattled ruler Muammar Gaddafi heavily bombarded the western Libyan city.
Explosions and gunfire were heard on Sunday in the city center and three residential areas, revolutionary forces say.
NATO planes have also been seen flying over the coastal city but there has been...
16 April 2011 10:56
Human Rights Watch (HRW) says troops loyal to decades-long Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi have used cluster bombs to hit residential areas in the northwestern city of Misratah.
The organization said some Misratah residents suspected four cluster bombs had exploded in the Libyan city, the Guardian reported Friday.
"They (cluster bombs) pose a huge risk to civilians, both during attacks, because of...
12 April 2011 17:43
Gaddafi Forces has killed at least 10,000 people during the ongoing fighting in the North African country, opposition says.
Libya's National Transition Council said on Tuesday that another 30,000 were wounded and 20,000 more are still missing, AFP reported.
The revolutionary council, headed by Libya's former Justice Minister Mustafa Abdel Jalil, plans to lead the country to an election.
9 April 2011 13:47
Revolutionary forces have used helicopters to pound military targets in and around the key Libyan town of Ajdabiya.
The aircraft was seen hoisting the flag of revolutionary forces and circling above Ajdabiya on Saturday.
Sources say several huge explosions have rocked the town and its surroundings.
This comes as fighting between opposition fighters and Muammar Gaddafi's loyalists continue in strategically important towns....
5 April 2011 20:11
A diplomatic push by Muammar Gaddafi's regime to end the country's conflict has run into trouble as the opposition said it rejected any proposal that would leave the Libyan leader or his sons in power.
"This war has shown everyone and the world that Gaddafi's sons are no different from him," Iman Bughaigis, the opposition spokeswoman, said in Benghazi. "They are...