Misrata

Tripoli militia clash with Misrata fighters

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.

Desert claims ‘king of kings’

The belated finale for Muammar Gaddafi began on a marble slab in a car park and ended with a lonely burial in the desert.

Gaddafi buried at dawn in secret desert grave

Muammar Gaddafi has been buried in a secret desert grave, ending a wrangle over his body that threatened to derail post-liberation plans.

Gadaffi regime battered from all sides

An imprisoned Libyan army colonel says Moammar Gadaffi's regime is riddled with divisions and is in the process of collapse.

Libyan rebels soldier on towards Tripoli

Libyan rebels have captured two villages on the road to Tripoli, as Nato insisted it could complete its mission without putting troops on the ground.

Defiant Gaddafi attacks Misrata, as AU support ebbs

Gaddafi's forces have stormed the rebel-held city of Misrata, after the African Union said for the first time that the Libyan leader must step down.

Nato bombs Tripoli as Libya rebels hail advance

A Nato bombing blitz rocked the Libyan capital on Tuesday, as rebels in besieged Misrata claimed to be pushing back the Libyan strongman's forces.

Libya rebel city tense as Gaddafi ultimatum expires

The Libyan rebel city of Misrata was relatively calm on Tuesday but braced for new attacks by Gaddafi forces as an ultimatum to surrender ended.

Misrata tense as Gaddafi ultimatum expires

The Libyan rebel city of Misrata braced for a new bombardment by Muammar Gaddafi's forces on Tuesday as an ultimatum for its surrender expired.

Gaddafi’s office destroyed in Nato bombing

Nato bombs wrecked Gaddafi's office in his Tripoli residence, as rebels in Misrata said they had pushed loyalist forces out of the Libyan city.

Libya rebels welcome US drones, McCain visit

Rebels welcomed a US decision to deploy Predator drones and Senator John McCain to Libya on Friday, where Gaddafi's forces still have the upper hand.

Bickering mars Nato’s plans for Libya campaign

Nato leaders squabbled over the military campaign in Libya on Thursday, failing to agree on requested airstrike strategies against Gaddafi's forces.

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