Imed Lamloum

Journalist casualties in Libya during Nato raids

The death of three journalists during Nato air strikes in Libya has been pinned on al-Qaeda instigation.

US military leader admits ‘stalemate’ in Libya

Tripoli is suffering shortages of fuel, medicine and cash, but a top US military leader says the Nato campaign has ground down to a "stalemate.

Libya hits back over Gaddafi arrest warrant

Muammar Gaddafi's government has hit back at an ICC arrest warrant for war crimes against the veteran Libyan leader.

Gaddafi says ‘battle will continue to the beyond’

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi issued a defiant audio message saying he had his "back to the wall" but did not fear death.

Nato vows to press on with Libya campaign

Nato vowed on Wednesday to press its bombing campaign in Libya despite a call from member state Italy for a halt.

Nato: Civilian deaths weren’t our fault (this time)

The deaths of 15 civilians, including 3 children, were not Nato's responsibility, it said, a day after admitting it had killed civilians in Tripoli.

Gaddafi’s son pleads for polls as Moscow courts peace

Russia's envoy to Africa says there is no place in Libya's future for Gaddafi, whose son has called for elections to end the riven nation's conflict.

‘Only a matter of time’ before Gaddafi falls

Nato warplanes battered Muammar Gaddafi's command network in Tripoli, it said on Monday ahead of a visit to Libya by an envoy from Russia.

Nato extends campaign in Libya

Powerful explosions rocked Tripoli as Nato pressed its air war on Wednesday amid Libyan charges it has killed 718 civilians.

Time’s up, says Nato — as Zuma meets Gaddafi in Libya

President Jacob Zuma has met Muammar Gaddafi for talks on ending the Libyan conflict, while Nato said Gaddafi's "reign of terror" was nearing its end.

‘Paranoid’ Gaddafi sows minefield around Misrata

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has become "increasingly paranoid", spending each night in a different hospital, and laying minefields around Misrata.

UK, France to deploy gunships to Libya’s skies

France and Britain have added gunships to the force being brought to bear against Gaddafi, as Nato unleashed a bombing blitz on Libya's capital.

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