Tag: Muammar Gaddafi
Gaddafi’s murderous spy chief faces Libyan trial
Abdullah al-Senussi, spy chief and thug, was one of the most infamous members of Colonel Gaddafi’s brutal Libyan regime. Now he has been caught and sent home to face trial.
Dead dictator prank steals the Oscars show
Hot favourite The Artist monopolised the top honours at last night’s Academy Awards, with nostalgia the theme of the night. But Sacha Baron Cohen refused to play to the script...
Libyan rebels reach Gaddafi’s hometown
British jets are in action over Libya. We're fighting against Colonel Gaddafi, but who are we fighting for? As rebels advance, important questions remain unanswered.
How Gaddafi’s ‘martyrs’ could beat the UN bombs
As UN-backed forces hit Libyan targets, another war is being waged on the battleground of public opinion. Both sides know that in this struggle, civilian casualties are the key.
How the West got involved in Libya’s war
British warplanes are firing missiles at Colonel Gaddafi's forces in Libya as part of a United Nations operation to stop a massacre. What does this mean? And where will it end?
‘Suddenly bullets were flying through the crowd’
In Libya, the battle of Benghazi is about to begin. What is the role of the war reporters in creating 'the first rough draft of history'?
Civil war in Libya – West debates action
As rebels clash with Gaddafi's loyalists in Libya, UK and US forces are on standby off the countries borders. But should we really be getting involved?
Cornered Gaddafi promises ‘martyrdom'
Isolated in his capital, Tripoli, the Libyan dictator has his back to the wall. International condemnation may not be enough to stop a bloody final act.