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  • LIBYA: Interpol issues alert for Kadafi, relatives and associates

     
    Interpol has issued an international security alert for Moammar Kadafi and 15 of his relatives and associates to help enforce international sanctions against the Libyan strongman and his regime. The international police organization said in a statement...
  • LIBYA: Military attack on Benghazi arms depot kills 17

     
    An attack by Libyan military forces loyal to Moammar Kadafi on a weapons dump near Benghazi in rebel-controlled eastern Libya killed 17 people on Friday, Al Jazeera satellite network reported. There were no further details available, the network said. --....
  • LIBYA: Rebels claim to have seized key oil city

     
    Libyan rebel leaders claimed Friday to have taken control of Ras Lanuf, a city near the center of the country's coast that is home to Libya's largest oil refinery and one of its main tanker terminals, the Al Arabiya network......
  • LIBYA: Kadafi forces bomb Benghazi arms depot

     
    Forces loyal to embattled Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi on Friday bombed the outskirts of the eastern city of Benghazi, Reuters reported. The bombing occurred at an arms depot on the outskirts of Benghazi, a rebel stronghold, according to Mustafa Gheriani,...
  • LIBYA: U.S. sends aid to border as clashes continue

     
    The U.S. government sent two C-130 military transport planes loaded with supplies to Tunisia on Friday to aid humanitarian relief efforts across the border in Libya. Each aircraft carried three pallets of aid supplies, including 2,000 blankets, 40 rolls...
  • LIBYA: Former interior minister says Kadafi regime to fall within days

     
    Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi is running out of time, his former interior minister told the pan-Arab satellite channel Al Arabiya on Sunday night. Abdul Fatah Younis estimated that anti-government forces controlled about 90% of Libyan territory, adding...
  • LIBYA: State TV reports significant gains for pro-Kadafi forces; rebels, journalists deny claims

     
    Libyan state TV claimed Sunday that forces loyal to leader Moammar Kadafi had recaptured a number of key towns from rebels -- claims swiftly denied by the rebels and some news organizations. Kadafi-controlled TV said troops had retaken Libya's third......
  • Oil hits new 2 1/2-year high; stocks fall for the day but gain for the week

     
    Financial markets' manic mood swings continued Friday, as another jump in oil prices helped fuel a modest pullback in stocks in favor of classic hiding places -- Treasury bonds and precious metals. April crude futures in New York closed up......
  • LIBYA: Captured Dutch marines, seized helicopter shown on state TV

     
    Libyan state TV has aired footage of three detained Dutch marines who were captured along with their helicopter by forces loyal to leader Moammar Kadafi near the Kadafi-stronghold of Sirte on Sunday as they reportedly were carrying out a mission......
  • LIBYA: Rebels reject Kadafi's call for talks as government forces advance on key oil town

     
    Rebel leadership rejected talks with Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi's government Monday, insisting that the longtime ruler agree to step down before any dialogue can take place. The oppositional National Libyan Council released its statement after an appeal...
  • Libya Internet is down again, according to Google tool

     
    Libya has shut off the Internet again, according to a Google monitoring tool. As of about 8 a.m. PST Thursday (or 6 p.m. in Tripoli, Libya's capital), the nation's Internet traffic began to flatline, and has been at zero since,......
  • Libya: Even Kadafi isn't sure how to spell his name

     
    Time may be running out for Libyan dictator Moammar Kadafi -- but it's never too late to revisit the issue of why his name is spelled so many different ways when it's rendered in English. As my colleague Paul Whitefield......