25 Sep 2012
Libya's slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi used to kidnap and rape girls to fulfill his routine sexual desires reveals a new book Les Proies: Dans le harem de Kadhafi (Prey: In Gaddafi’s Harem).
01 Jan 2016
Tripoli: Muammar Gaddafi tried to engineer a 'political' marriage between his second son and planned heir and one of Russian President Vladimir Putin's daughters, a former advisor to the late Libyan dictator has claimed.
28 Jul 2015
Tripoli: A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush peaceful protests during the country's 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule.
05 Jan 2013
Libya has said that Saif al-Islam, the political heir of the country's late leader Muammar Gaddafi will go on trial in February.
09 Oct 2015
Skhirat: The United Nations proposed a national unity government to Libya's warring factions yesterday to end their conflict, but the deal faces resistance from Tripoli's self-declared rulers and hardliners on the ground.
27 Feb 2011
Bellicose Gaddafi’s tight hold over Libya seems to be gradually slipping away from his grip as more and more cities fell into the hands of the opposition on Sunday. Muammar Gaddafi clung to his gradually shrinking territory in the country where the opposition movement appeared to head towards a siege of Tripoli.
22 Aug 2011
Muammar Gaddafi's 42-year rule in Libya is "crumbling," the NATO military alliance claimed Monday as rebels launched a fierce street battle for Tripoli in a final push for victory.
11 May 2011
As rebels punched forward against Muammar Gaddafi’s forces, NATO insisted on Wednesday that the bombardment is not aimed at Gaddafi.
31 Jul 2014
Tripoli: Heavy shelling resumed on Thursday in southern Tripoli where rival militia brigades were battling for control of the capital's main airport in some of the worst clashes since the 2011 revolt which ousted Muammar Gaddafi.
25 Feb 2011
The embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Thursday warned that the anti-government protests would lead to chaos in the country and accused Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden of "duping young people" into participating in the violent demonstrations