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Protesters attack Libyan parliament wound deputies

Tripoli - Angry protesters in Libya stormed the General National Congress (GNC)) in downtown Tripoli and entered the building Sunday (March 2). Protesters demanded the dissolution of the GNC.

Protesters end a day-long siege of Libyan PM's office

Tripoli - Almost two hundred militia and protesters demanding the resignation of Prime Minister of Libya, Ali Zidan, ended a day-long siege of his office, after Zidan managed to sneak out of the building through a back door.

Libyan interim leader's car comes under fire in Tripoli

Tripoli - As the interim leader and speaker of the General National Congress, Mohammed Magarief, left a session of the national assembly, his car came under fire. No one was hurt in the indicent.

Libyan National Assembly again under siege after long occupation

Tripoli - After a month-long occupation by ex-rebels asking for compensation from the government, the occupation was ended after an agreement. Now the assembly members are under siege as protesters demand that any associates of Gaddafi be banned from politics.

Op-Ed: Libya - Don't Celebrate Too Soon

Tripoli - As it appears that the rebel National Transitional Council (NTC) are close to ousting Muammar Gaddafi, it's tempting to see the war as over. This would be unwise.

Report: Muammar Gadhaffi to step down in exchange for security

Libya's strongman Muammar Gadhaffi is reportedly considering proposals from friendly allies to step down from power in exchange for security guarantees.

Rebels offer Gadhaffi option to remain in Libya if he quits

Libyan rebel chief Mustafa Abdel Jalil has offered Libya's strongman Muammar Gadhaffi an option to remain in Libya provided he steps down from power and orders his troops to withdraw from their barracks and positions.

Sarkozy says 'all options are open' if Libya's Gaddafi steps down

French President Nicolas Sarkozy told journalists gathered at the G8 Summit in France "all options are open" if Muammar Gaddafi steps down from power as Libya's strongman.

Op-Ed: The problem with attacking Libya

New York - The attack on Libya by The United States, France, Britain, Italy, members of the Arab League, and others with UN approval is anachronistic and represents a global failure of imagination and anticipation.

Pro and Anti-Gaddafi groups battle for strategic towns in Libya

Tripoli - Fierce battle between pro- and anti-Gaddafi groups raged on Wednesday as forces loyal to the Libyan leader gained control of two strategic towns northwest of the country.

Libya uprising prompts rallies across Canada; 'Gaddafi has to go' Special

Toronto - Hundreds of people gathered at the Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto in support of those in Libya who are calling for the end of Moammar Gaddafi and more freedoms in the country. Demonstrations were held in various cities across the globe.

Libya in meltdown as foreign fighters arrive and nation splits

Tripoli - Eastern Libya is now flying the flag of the old Libyan monarchy. Foreign mercenary fighters are reported massing to support Libya's leader Col Gaddafi in the face of widespread defections from the Libyan military.
 

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Protesters in Toronto supporting the Libyan uprising
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