Former US representative and former Presidential candidate Cynthia Ann McKinney went to Libya on a non-Governmental fact-finding tour to find out what exactly is going on there.
Military alliance pounds Libyan capital a day after US secretary of state says Gaddafi's days are "numbered".
After Months of Denials, NATO Confirms It Will Try to Kill Gadhafi
Confab of global elite delayed due to bad weather, attendee list leaked
In his final policy speech as Pentagon chief, Gates questioned the viability of NATO, saying its members’ penny-pinching and lack of political will could hasten the end of U.S. support. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was formed in 1949 as a U
Hacks, cyber strategies, international cyber squads--we could just go ahead and dub this the “summer of cyber,” and it’s not even mid-June. On the heels of some high-profile hacks, a terse exchange between Google and China following a Gmail breach
Alex Jones and Infowars.com have received inside information regarding the Bilderberg agenda now unfolding in the idyllic Swiss countryside.
British Officials Concede War Could Last Through Year's End
A security services building and the headquarters of Libya’s anti-corruption agency were on fire in the capital Tripoli early on Tuesday after apparently being hit by NATO air strikes.
A state TV facility and one of Kadafi's residences have been hit. Officials deny they are targeting the Libyan leader specifically.
Second Major 'Friendly Fire' Incident of the Month for NATO Warplanes
NATO bombs destroyed Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi's office in his immense Tripoli residence on Monday, while rebels pushed forward against the strongman's troops in the besieged city of Misrata.
Obama has authorized the use of deadly predator drones in Libya. During a news conference, Secretary of Defense Gates said the drones offer NATO more precise targeting against enemy forces nestled in crowded areas.
EU Mulls 1,000 'Humanitarian Troops' for Civil War
* Rebel spokesman says NATO action improving * Military leaders have approved arrival of military advisers
Gadhafi Seen Consolidating His Position
An angry Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, charged that NATO’s military interference with the internal affairs of the Libyan nation has far exceeded the United Nation's mandate granted. Following a blunt meeting with NATO personnel meeting in
Data clearly shows Gaddafi has not deliberately targeted innocent civilians
Taliban Spokesman Threatens More Attacks Targeting Afghan Officials
British PM Cameron: No Possibility of Ground Invasion
The so-called Libya contact group - that euphemism defining the minute Western/Gulf emirates "coalition of the willing" - meets in Doha, Qatar, ahead of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) ministerial meetings in Berlin, amid an atmosphere of
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says NATO’s military intervention in oil-rich Libya has gone far beyond the mandate authorized by the United Nations.
As many as 10 students have been injured after a university in Tripoli was damaged by a Nato air attack in the Libyan capital, sources say.
NATO Still Insists Gadhafi Not a 'Target' of War
Military forces loyal to Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, who have surrounded this city and vowed to crush its anti-Qaddafi rebellion, have been firing into residential neighborhoods with heavy weapons, including cluster bombs that have been banned by much o
NATO, Arab and African ministers agreed Wednesday “to work urgently” with the Libyan rebel leadership to set up a mechanism by which some frozen assets belonging to Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi and his family might be transferred to the rebel cause.
NATO pledges "all necessary resources" but meeting exposes continuing disagreement over extent of support for rebels.
FMs Cite Lack of Ceasefire for War
Military experts are accusing coalition forces in Libya of using depleted uranium in their air strikes. The deadly substance can cause cancer and physical mutations in those who come into close contact with it.
United States is considering putting boots on the ground in Libya after Obama promised he would not authorize such a contingency.