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Libyan Benghazi Defense Brigades agree to disband

The Benghazi Defence Brigades (BDB) has offered to dissolve itself and integrate some members into a legitimate army of the UN-brokered Government of National Accord (GNA). The group claims the move is to save Libya from further bloodshed.

Op-Ed: Libyan unity government may get access to Sovereign Wealth Fund

New York - The Libyan Ambassador to the UN, Ibrahim Dabbashi, wants the UN to approve a sanctions exemption for the Libyan sovereign wealth fund (LIA). The LIA was controlled by the Gadaffi family.

Some Libyan oil ports reopen after deal with rebels

Benghazi - After a deal brokered with rebels on April 6th two formerly blockaded ports have reopened for export. However, talks are still ongoing to reopen two other ports.

Op-Ed: A clear-cut reminder of Libya's tribal divisions

Today as Libyan militias brandish their weapons in clear defiance of the Tripoli government we are reminded of the salient tribal divide that exists in the North African country.

White House version of Libya Embassy attack disputed

Washington - White House claims that the U.S. Embassy in Libya was attacked in a "spontaneous" protest against an anti-Islam film are being rebuked by multiple sources, and some are raising questions about the president's grasp of foreign policy.

ICC lawyers say: Gaddafi son 'attacked in custody' in Libya

The Hague - According to BBC News, defense counsel for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of Libya's former dictator, Muammar, are claiming he has been attacked in custody in Libya.

Tensions surface before the announcement of new Libyan government

Tripoli - Libya's interin prime minister has apparently encountered opposition to some of the cabinet positions he is expected to announce on Tuesday. The interim government, when announced, will serve until Libya holds elections in 2012.

Saif Gaddafi to face trial in Libya

The Libyan government has said that Saif Gaddafi will be tried in Libya, rather than the Hague, promising a fair and proper trial. Saif Gaddafi has said he does not recognize the authority of the International Criminal Court.

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.

Gaddafi urges supporters to defend Libya in surprise appearance

Tripoli - Muammar Gaddafi unexpectedly appeared before supporters of the Libyan government gathered at Tripoli's Green Square on Friday to urge the young Libyans to continue defending the country and its petroleum interests.
 

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