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Libya’s leader strikes out at autonomy bid

Libyan chief Mustafa Abdel Jalil says he will defend national unity 'with force' if necessary after a faction declared autonomy for an eastern region.

Libya’s NTC meets in secret, deputy resigns

Libyan students protested in Benghazi after angry demonstrators lobbed grenades and stormed the offices of the ruling NTC -- then its deputy resigned.

Libya’s rulers to bury the hatchet with Gaddafi’s army

Libya's new rulers have said that they are ready to forgive the forces of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi.

Libyan leaders downplay violent disputes

Despite continued gunfire and explosions near Tripoli, Libyan officials and fighters say a bloody local dispute has been resolved.

New Libyan leader elected as Nato clears the skies

Libya's NTC has elected a technocrat to head its transitional government as Nato ended the air campaign that played a major role in ousting Gaddafi.

From goodwill to government

Libya's National Transitional Council needs the buy-in of all citizens to succeed

Gaddafi’s men attack refinery

The interim council is struggling to assert its control over the entire country and capture a handful of stubbornly defended pro-Gaddafi towns.

Libyan rebel chief predicts end for Gaddafi

Libyan rebel chief Mustafa Abdel Jalil says "the end is very near" for Moammar Gadaffi and that it will be "catastrophic".

Gaddafi says West after Libya’s oil as rebels pounded

Muammar Gaddafi accused the West on Wednesday of wanting to seize Libya's oil and warned that a no-fly zone would backfire.

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