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Tripoli News

Death toll rises in Egypt as tensions spread to Libya

Cairo - With at least 49 dead, and hundreds injured in clashes between protesters and security forces, possibly the last thing stability in Egypt needs is tension with Libya, after five Egyptian diplomats are reportedly kidnapped in Tripoli.
In the Media by R. Francis Rubio

Violence continues in Libya both in Tripoli and Benghazi

Tripoli - Although reports of those killed vary it seems as if at least six people have been killed as they demonstrated against protesters calling on armed groups to leave Tripoli.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 1 comment

31 killed after anti-militia protest turns deadly in Libya

Tripoli - An anti-militia protest in the Libyan capital city of Tripoli turned deadly when militiamen began to fire into the group of protesters, killing 31, and leaving over 200 wounded.
In the Media by Sami Zaatari

Libya, activists and extremists criticize Libi’s rendition

Tripoli - Following the United States’ capture of alleged Al-Qaeda operative Abu Anas al Libi in a surprise Tripoli raid, Libya is seeking his handover, saying that he be tried on Libyan soil.
In the Media by Abdul Kuddus

Explosion takes place near foreign embassies in Tripoli

Tripoli - An explosion occurred today in downtown Tripoli. The blast happened in the car park of a residential compound located next to Tripoli Towers which houses western embassies.
In the Media by Sami Zaatari

Italian diplomats in Libya escape their booby-trapped car

Tripoli - Italian diplomats in the Libyan capital Tripoli were fortunate to escape from their booby-trapped car before it exploded. The car exploded about a half hour after they abandoned it.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 1 comment

Heavy overnight fighting hits northern Lebanese city

Tripoli - The northern Lebanese city of Tripoli saw some of its heaviest fighting between pro and anti-Assad gunmen last night. In the aftermath of the fighting, at least 10 people were killed.
In the Media by Sami Zaatari

Op-Ed: Libyan militia members continue to surround several ministries

Tripoli - During the last two weeks armed militia members have surrounded both the Libyan Foreign Ministry and also the Justice Ministry. After the recent passage of a law banning senior former Gadaffi officials from office, it was expected the gunmen would leave.
In the Media by Ken Hanly - 1 comment

Pope's visit sparks new protests, KFC restaurant becomes target

Tripoli - As violence sparked by the Innocence of Muslims movie continued in many cities around the Middle East, a visit by Pope Benedict seemed to ignite more outrage, resulting in a Tripoli Lebanon Kentucky Fried Chicken being set ablaze by protesters.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 4 comments

9 killed in Syria-linked clashes in Lebanon's Tripoli

At least nine people were killed and 42 wounded in the Lebanese port of Tripoli, making Saturday's death toll the highest, and bloodiest in a single day, raising fears that Syria's unrest will spill over the border into its smaller neighbor.
In the Media by Yukio Strachan - 1 comment

Libyan militia massacre refugees at camp

Tripoli - A militia group from Misrata attacked a refugee camp, home to black Libyan refugees from the town of Tawergha. They massacred at least five people in what has been termed a racist assault.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas - 2 comments

Libya: Rebel fighters turn guns on each other in hospital battle

Tripoli - A gun battle broke out early Monday morning at the entrance to Tripoli's main hospital, resulting in seven deaths. Rebel fighters from Zintan who had earlier shot a man demanded entry to the hospital to finish him off.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas - 6 comments

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.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas

Inspectors investigate claim of missing chemical weapons in Libya

Tripoli - Inspectors with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons are investigating claims by the interim government in Libya of missing chemical weapons from a munitions storage site that was once under the control of strongman Muammar Qaddafi.
In the Media by Shawn Kay - 10 comments

Libyan in Scotland says Nato strike killed family in Bani Walid

Aberdeen - A Libyan man who lives and works in Scotland has claimed that a NATO air-strike on Wednesday has claimed the lives of five members of his family.
In the Media by Gemma Fox - 1 comment

Libya Ex-Islamic terrorist leader heads Tripoli Military Council

The leader of the newly established Tripoli Military Council is Abdelhakim Belhadj, the former head of the terrorist Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG), which was banned internationally as a terrorist organization after the 9/11 attacks.
In the Media by Stephen Morgan - 8 comments

Op-Ed: How Libya was won, by NATO and special forces

Last week NATO shamelessly weighed-in on the side of the rebels with the help of special forces on the ground. Without it, the rebels would never have won. There is now talk that NATO has broken international law. So what role did they really play?
In the Media by Stephen Morgan - 7 comments

Ottawa man killed by sniper in Tripoli

Tripoli - An Ottawa man is one of those who is reported to have been killed by sniper fire in Tripoli. The man has been identified as Nader Ben Raween.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Foreign journalists in Tripoli finally leave hotel confinement

Tripoli - After days of being held at Rixos Hotel in Tripoli, journalists from some of the biggest names in news were freed by representatives of the International Committee Red Cross.
In the Media by KJ Mullins

Saif Gaddafi is free, vows to fight for Tripoli

Saif Gaddafi surprised everyone last night by suddenly appearing at the Rixos Hotel. The NTC claims of his capture have been proven untrue. Saif vowed he would fight to the end, while fierce battles continued to rage in many areas of the capital.
In the Media by Stephen Morgan

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.
In the Media by Anthony Organ - 7 comments

Fierce fighting continues in Tripoli

Today's unfolding developments : Tripoli woke up to heavy fighting this morning outside Gaddafi's compound and in two other districts. Rebels say Gaddafi still controls 20 percent of the city and the situation remains very volatile.
In the Media by Stephen Morgan - 1 comment

Libya's rebels take control of Green Square in Tripoli

Tripoli - Rebels in Libya, fighting to free the country from the hold of Gaddafi's regime, have finally entered Tripoli, signalling the end of the Colonel's hold on the country.
In the Media by Gemma Fox - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Libya – Just how strong is Gaddafi?

Every day for the last four months, people have been predicting the immanent defeat of Gaddafi. But with stalemates now on all fronts, has the West and the rebels greatly miscalculated the strength of Gaddafi's military machine?
In the Media by Stephen Morgan - 8 comments

NATO launches heaviest strikes yet; targeting Gadhafi compound

Tripoli - NATO has established its most intense strikes since the bombing campaign began a couple of months ago. The coalition has already targeted the Libyan Navy, but is now escalating its attacks on Moammar Gadhafi's compound in Tripoli.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 2 comments

Yemen al-Qaeda branch poses greatest terror threat to West, U.S.

The relatively new branch of al-Qaeda operatives based in Yemen have evolved from Osama bin Laden's ideology of attacking targets of significance in favor of striking whenever and wherever opportunity is present, a media report states.
In the Media by Vincent Sobotka - 2 comments

A dictator's special weapon: Libya's mustard gas stockpile

Tripoli - As Libyan dictator Mummar Qaddafi turns up the heat on dissidents and a coalition of Western and Arab states commence bombing raids, looming large in the shadows is Libya's chemical weapons arsenal. An enduring threat and Qaddafi's weapon of last resort.
In the Media by Shawn Kay

Op-Ed: Military analysis – Libya civil war shows Gadaafi’s weaknesses

For a military man, Gaddafi is making some very odd tactical and strategic moves. The current heavy fighting at Zawiyah is a case in point. Gadaafi is defining his actual military capabilities, intentionally or otherwise, and showing multiple weak spots.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 5 comments

Gaddafi says he's in Tripoli, not Venezuela

In a bizarre scene Libyan leader Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi appeared on state television tonight sat in a yellow car, wearing a deer-stalker hat and holding a raised umbrella.
In the Media by Joseph E Lovell - 2 comments
 

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A protester raising Libya s Independence flag above the  Libyan Embassy in Zamalek Cairo
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A protester raising Libya's Independence flag above the Libyan Embassy in Zamalek,Cairo
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The Lebanese army moved into Tripoli with armored vehicles
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The Lebanese army moved into Tripoli with armored vehicles
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A Libyan rebel soldier
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A Libyan rebel soldier
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Libyans celebrate their new colors  nearly 3 weeks after the fall of their capital city to anti-Gadd...
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Libyans celebrate their new colors, nearly 3 weeks after the fall of their capital city to anti-Gaddafi rebels, on the former 'Green Square' in Tripoli, Libya
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The city of Tripoli
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The city of Tripoli
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Medina in Tripoli, Libya
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Army personnel man a checkpoint at one of the entrances to Tripoli. Libyan militia fighters blamed f...
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Army personnel man a checkpoint at one of the entrances to Tripoli. Libyan militia fighters blamed for the worst unrest in Tripoli since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi
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Much of downtown Misrata  though  such as on Tripoli Street pictured here  is beyond repair.
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Much of downtown Misrata, though, such as on Tripoli Street pictured here, is beyond repair.
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Libyan rebels in Tripoli s central square.
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Libyan rebels in Tripoli's central square.
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The Rixos Hotel in Tripoli  Libya
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The Rixos Hotel in Tripoli, Libya
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Protesters in Tripoli  Lebanon set KFC on fire.
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Protesters in Tripoli, Lebanon set KFC on fire.
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People carry a man who was injured when Libyan militiamen opened fire into a crowd of protesters in ...
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People carry a man who was injured when Libyan militiamen opened fire into a crowd of protesters in Tripoli November 15, 2013
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The Jordanian Ambassador To Tripoli  Fawaz Aitan
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The Jordanian Ambassador To Tripoli, Fawaz Aitan
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Protesters in Tripoli  Lebanon set KFC on fire.
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Protesters in Tripoli, Lebanon set KFC on fire.
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Members of the Libyan security forces stand at the destroyed shrine of the Murad Agha mosque  which ...
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Members of the Libyan security forces stand at the destroyed shrine of the Murad Agha mosque, which was bombed early this morning, in Tripoli's Tajura neighborhood
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Protesters calling for change in Libya
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Protesters calling for change in Libya
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Rebels celebrate inside the  Bab Al Aziziya  compound in Tripoli  Libya
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Rebels celebrate inside the 'Bab Al Aziziya' compound in Tripoli, Libya
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