Chris Stephen

Libya now has three governments

And the latest one has the Herculean task of convincing the other two to let it reign supreme

Anti-government uprising in Libya targets Parliament

Militia allied to renegade general Khalifa Hiftar have hit Libya's Parliament with anti-aircraft guns and rockets, causing MPs to flee.

People power drums Libya’s jihadists out of Benghazi

There were incredible scenes in Benghazi as tens of thousands of citizens marched on the Islamic extremists in their compounds.

Gaddafi begins to crumble

Muammar Gaddafi's regime showed fresh signs of buckling as rebels came close to cutting off supply routes.

Officials say bombing not enough to topple Libyan regime

Almost three months into the campaign of air strikes, Nato no longer believes bombing alone will end the conflict in Libya.

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