The Libyan convicted in the 1988 bombing of a U.S.-bound airliner over Lockerbie, Scotland has been found in Tripoli and appears "at death's door," CNN reported on Sunday. CNN correspondent Nic Robertson said he found Abdel Baset al-Megrahi
David Icke, who has been warning about the false nature of the “Arab Spring” since it began over six months ago, has pointed out an astounding “flashback” regarding an August 3, 1981 Newsweek article titled, “A Plan to Overthrow Kaddafi.”
"Deeply bizarre and deeply creepy." That's how the State Department is describing a surprising find inside the compound of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi: a photo album filled with page after page of pictures of Condoleezza Rice, the former secretary
arly in the conflict the British publication the Daily Mail covered the presence of 300+ SAS and SBS troops on the ground in Libya, however most of the mainstream media continued to pretend that there were no Western troops present. Despite the co
Al Jazeera correspondent finds bodies of men reportedly killed by Gaddafi forces just as rebels closed in on capital.
On 08-22-2011 Independent journalist Mahdi Nazemroaya told RT how people working for CNN told him not to talk about al-Qaeda being part of the rebels or he would be killed.
CIA & MI6 Posing As Journalists In Tripoli Rixos Hotel
The seizure of the compound sparked celebrations by the rebel fighters, who fired their weapons in the air before raiding the armoury and seizing ammunition, pistols and assault rifles. "It is an incredible sight," the correspondent said, addi
The Libyan revolutionaries are more of a band of enthusiastic amateurs than experienced soldiers. But it turns out the rebels have the kind of weaponry usually possessed by advanced militaries: their very own drone.
12:57 CST: Guardian – Fighting is still going on around the Gaddafi compound, reports Wyre Davies for the BBC news channel from inside the compound.
NATO is learning from the occupation of Iraq in its bid to control post-Gaddafi Libya and secure lucrative oil resources and gold deposits, by claiming that no boots will be on the ground....
Opposition fighters in eastern Libya took control of the oil port of Ras Lanuf on Tuesday as soldiers loyal to Muammar Gaddafi retreated toward the leader's home town of Sirte, an opposition spokesperson said.
Military alliance pledges to carry out air strikes wherever necessary to protect civilians.
Former U.S. asset inside Libya and 9/11 whistleblower Susan Lindauer joins The Bob Tuskin Radio Show for a 2 hour discussion on the truth behind the undeclared war in Libya!
Of course, most Americans strongly opposed invasion of Libya or other Arab countries - but that is only because they didn't see the value of spilling our sons' and daughters' blood to secure oil and gold.
The rush of military advances claimed by the Libyan rebels and the rumors of the near collapse of Muammar Qaddafi’s army and his imminent flight are designed, DEBKAfile’s military and intelligence sources report, as a smokescreen for three current oc
In other words, falsified reports suppress reality on the ground, including that NATO miscalculated. As a result, it's losing because Libyans are united against lawless, naked aggression, refusing to let their country become another imperial trophy.
NATO said on Saturday it had bombed three satellite dishes in Tripoli to stop "terror broadcasts" by Muammar Gaddafi, but Libyan state TV remained on air and condemned what it said was the targeting of journalists. NATO has been bombing Libyan tar
Venezuela said Tuesday it would oppose any increase in OPEC oil output because of the NATO air campaign against Libya.
Officials claim air strike killed eight people in Zlitan as UN envoy holds meeting with Benghazi-based opposition.
As rebels battle Libyan leader Moammar Kadafi's troops for control of the strategic oil city of Port Brega, an injured fighter inspires patriotism in his father, and doctors deal with the effects of land mines laid by government forces.
Fault Lines travels to the frontlines of the war in Libya to see what US policy looks like on the ground.
President Obama’s ordering of the March 19th, 2011 attack on Libya, without even consulting Congress, let alone getting a Declaration of War or other type of Congressional approval for the attack, has led to a good amount of discussion as to how the
Rep. Ron Paul (R-Tex.), a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, came down hard today against a House bill (HR 2278) that would have limited the use of funds for the U.S.’s involvement in the Libya War.
A resolution that bars most funding for the U.S. military mission in Libya failed in the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday, shortly after another measure authorizing the Libya mission suffered the same fate.
The US House of Representatives will vote Friday on a resolution aimed at limiting the US military role in Libya without undermining NATO there, Republican House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday.
Two top US senators on Tuesday introduced a bill that would retroactively support America's military role in Libya, amid a raging debate over whether President Barack Obama flouted the law by not getting prior congressional approval.
The party, once relatively unified on foreign policy issues, has some key members seeking to cut off funding for the wars. Other Republicans criticize what they see as a growing 'isolationist' agenda within the party.
A bipartisan group of US lawmakers filed suit against President Barack Obama on Wednesday, saying US military operations in Libya are "illegal" because they do not have congressional approval.
As NATO attacks continue in Libya, ex US Congresswoman and former presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney went to the country on a non-governmental fact-finding mission to see what exactly is going on in the war-torn country.