Libya wants the ICC to abandon its legal action against Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and the former intelligence chief so they can be tried in Tripoli.
The Libyan convicted for the 1988 Lockerbie plane bombing, which killed 270 people, has been hospitalised unconscious and in a critical condition.
Abdel Hakim Belhaj was offered £1-million over the alleged UK involvement in his rendition by slain Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.
The United Nations wants to know what SA mercenaries were doing helping Gaddafi during the civil war in Libya, but our government isn’t saying a word.
Rivalries, divided communities and plentiful weapons are convulsing Libya as the interim government struggles to impose its authority.
DNA taken from a coffin found in a mass grave in Libya may match that of South African photographer Anton Hammerl who was killed near Brega last year.
Fresh fighting has erupted in west Libya after two days of deadly clashes near the border with Tunisia but there are no reports of new casualties.
Assets worth more than €1-billion belonging to the late Muammar Gaddafi, his son and his intelligence chief have been seized in Italy in raids.
Libya’s interior ministry says the two British journalists detained last month on suspicion of espionage have been found innocent and released.
France and the ICC have filed requests with Mauritania to extradite Libya’s ex-spy chief Abdullah Senussi as Tripoli insists on putting him on trial.
Libyan chief Mustafa Abdel Jalil says he will defend national unity ‘with force’ if necessary after a faction declared autonomy for an eastern region.
The Gambian Supreme Court has ruled it should lift sanctions on Libya and return the country’s assets to the ruling National Transitional Council.
Flags flew on Martyrs Square in Tripoli and crowds across Libya gave voice on Friday to joy at being free of Muammar Gaddafi.
A year after Libya’s uprising against Muammar Gaddafi, its militias continue to hold influence with corruption, violence and anarchy.
Sahel states are bracing for a long hungry season, many weakened by the return of people from Libya who are creating fresh strife.
A Libyan diplomat who served as ambassador to France for Muammar Gaddafi died from torture within a day of being detained by a militia from Zintan.
Muammar Gaddafi’s occupation of Tawergha and using it as a base to besiege and shell Misrata in last year’s civil war has left the town isolated.
Zimbabwean state media is reporting that President Robert Mugabe has condemned the continent-wide AU for recognising Libya’s NTC at a recent summit.
Reports say at least four people have been killed in clashes between besieged NTC forces and well-organised pro-Muammar Gaddafi fighters.
Libya says the International Criminal Court has accepted that Muammar Gaddafi’s son will be tried by Libyans, a claim the ICC has denied.
Zambia’s Drug Enforcement Commission has seized bank accounts for Zamtel, which is 75%-owned by LAP Green of Libya, as part of a probe into its sale.
African Union chairperson Jean Ping has announced Africa’s economic growth for 2011 has positive, with an average growth of between 5.5% and 6%.
Libya’s National Transitional Council has proposed a draft law for electing an assembly to draft the country’s new constitution.
An envoy from Libya’s new leaders has asked President Zuma for help in rebuilding the country in the wake of the uprising that ousted Muammar Gaddafi.
A gun fight erupted in central Tripoli, killing four, as a group of former rebels from Libya’s third biggest city, Misrata, clashed with ex-fighters.
Hundreds of former Libyan rebels who helped topple Muammar Gaddafi this year have started filling out applications for jobs with the new government.
A document produced by lawyer Samir Al Sharef claims to offer insight into the underhand oil dealings of the fallen regime of Muammar Gaddafi.
<b>Percy Zvomuya</b> spoke to Libyan novelist Hisham Matar in an attempt to understand what happened and where things are heading in North Africa.
Sirte was protected by the Muammar Gaddafi regime but now his forgotten hometown is simmering with anger at being side-lined in a "new" Libya.
The US is lifting ‘most’ sanctions against Libya to recognise the country’s political transition but is keeping Muammar Gaddafi’s assets frozen.
The UN Security Council has announced it will lift sanctions on Libya’s central bank and the Libyan Foreign Bank to economically uplift the country.
The people of Libya have argued that it is time for Benghazi to regain it’s rightful place as a leading business and commercial centre.