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Libyan election to be delayed

Tripoli - Libya's first free elections, scheduled to take place on June 19, are to be delayed according to Mustafa Abdel Jalil, head of Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC).

Op-Ed: Fears of Libya break-up as eastern region declares semi-autonomy

Libya is becoming increasingly divided as events this week unfold. On March 6 tribal leaders in the oil rich eastern region, where last years uprising in Benghazi began, declared Cyrenaica a semi-autonomous zone, prompting fears of Libya's break up.

Libya: Militias could inspire civil war

The outbreak of violence in the Libyan capital, Tripoli is raising concern that the north African country could slide into civil war if it fails to crack down on rival militias cropped up after Muammar Gaddafi's downfall.

Gaddafi children 'determined to destabilise' Libya, NTC claims

As protesters demand that no former member of the Gaddafi regime be allowed to serve in Libya's new government, NTC chief Mustafa Abdel Jalil warns that Gaddafi's children are determined to destabilise Libya.

Libya's new leaders prioritise implementing Sharia law

One of the key issues that Mustafa Abdel Jalil emphasized as a priority for the new Libya was the introduction of sharia law. Whilst his announcement came as no surprise the changes which the NTC plan to implement are leaning towards extremism.

William Hague in Tripoli pledges 42 million pounds for Libya

Tripoli - William Hague was in Tripoli on Monday for the reopening of the British Embassy. He met with interim leader Mustafa Adbel Jalil, pledging another £42 million towards Libya.

Libya's armed Islamists vandalize Muslim graves as idolatrous

In yet another display of disunity between Libya's new conquerors there is a growing trend of grave desecration occurring. The interim head of the NTC denounced the practice on Tuesday, which is instigated by rebel fighters who adhere to Salafi Islam.

Libya's NTC says Lockerbie bomber 'case closed'

Libya's National Transitional Council has unequivocally stated it will not co-operate in requests by the Crown Office to examine further evidence in the Lockerbie bombing case.
 

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