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Planes destroyed as rockets hit Libya airport
Government says 90 percent of planes at capital Tripoli's airport destroyed by Grad rockets as fighting continues.
Last updated: 15 Jul 2014 08:23 GMT
Libya's south scarred by tribal battles
At least 86 killed and 128 wounded as clashes continue between armed groups from Tabu and Arab tribes.
Last updated: 24 Jan 2014 06:39 GMT
Libya declares state of alert
The move came after gunmen stormed an air force base near southern city of Sabha, which has experienced days of clashes.
Last updated: 19 Jan 2014 11:12 GMT
Scores of inmates escape Libya prison
Official says at least 40 escaped after a jail in the southern city of Sabha came under attack from unknown gunmen.
Last updated: 30 Nov 2013 20:02 GMT
Car bomb wounds Libyan police officer
Security official says Benghazi attack shows police and army officers are under surveillance in eastern region.
Last updated: 03 Aug 2013 07:20 GMT
Deadly clashes in run-up to Libya elections
More than 15 deaths reported in country's west and south as transitional government struggles to maintain security.
Last updated: 14 Jun 2012 01:14 GMT
Scores dead in southern Libya tribal clashes
Sixteen killed in Sabha in latest fighting between Toubou and Arab tribes that has claimed 147 lives in past week.
Last updated: 01 Apr 2012 07:28 GMT
Scores killed in Libya tribal clashes
Fighting in southern town of Sabha has killed more than 70 people as African tribe says it is facing a "massacre".
Last updated: 29 Mar 2012 01:44 GMT
ICC allows Libya to try Gaddafi son
Visiting prosecutor grants permission to try Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and spy chief Abdullah al-Senussi on Libyan soil.
Last updated: 23 Nov 2011 20:56 GMT
ICC agrees to let Libya try Gaddafi's son
Prosecutor in Tripoli to discuss planned trials of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and spy chief Abdullah al-Senussi.
Last updated: 23 Nov 2011 04:54 GMT
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