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The cry goes up: Go, Gadaffi, go

The AU and UN joined EU and Gulf states for the first time in calling for Gaddafi to step aside, as Nato bickered over how to support Libya's rebels.

Ministers meet amid fears of Libya stalemate

Ministers gathered in Qatar on Wednesday for talks on Libya's future, with some eager to step up air strikes against Muammar Gaddafi's forces.

SA asks US for help finding missing photographer

The US has been asked to help track down lensman Anton Hammerl, missing in Libya, after President Zuma failed to raise his disappearance with Gaddafi.

Libyan fighting goes on after peace bid fails

An AU plan to halt Libya's civil war collapsed, and rebels said the bloody siege of the city of Misrata made talk of a ceasefire meaningless.

Oil falls on Libya, Goldman Sachs demand warning

Oil fell on Monday after Muammar Gaddafi appeared to accept a cease-fire plan, increasing the chances that Libyan crude will return to world markets.

Zuma’s Libyan pax implodes

President Zuma's bid to halt Libya's civil war collapsed after Gaddafi's forces shelled a besieged city and rebels insisted "Brother Leader" must go.

Zuma says Gaddafi accepts roadmap for peace

Muammar Gaddafi has accepted a roadmap for ending the conflict in Libya including an immediate ceasefire, the African Union said on Monday.

Nato steps up bombing campaign in Libya

Libyan rebels beat off a new assault by Muammar Gaddafi's forces on the besieged western city of Misrata, losing as many as 30 fighters.

Fighting erupts anew on Libya’s eastern front

Fighting erupted on the eastern front in Libya's civil war on Saturday as a Red Cross ship brought medical supplies to the besieged city of Misrata.

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