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Libyan preliminary results trickle in
Mahmud Jibril of leading political coalition calls for 'national dialogue', as Libya appears set to buck Islamist trend.
Last updated: 09 Jul 2012 21:13 GMT
Campaigning ends ahead of Libya's elections
In first democratic election in over 40 years, 2,500 candidates stand for 200 seats in the General National Congress.
Last updated: 05 Jul 2012 16:39 GMT
Q&A: UN special envoy for Libya Ian Martin
Al Jazeera speaks to head of the UN Support Mission in Libya about elections, security and the country's future.
Last updated: 03 Jul 2012 19:52 GMT
Campaigning kicks off for Libya elections
Candidates have 18 days in run-up to July 7 polls to choose a national assembly, the country's first in a generation.
Last updated: 18 Jun 2012 15:27 GMT
Aid group halts work in Libya over 'torture'
Medecins Sans Frontieres suspends work in Misrata prisons where doctors are asked to "patch up tortured detainees".
Last updated: 26 Jan 2012 15:10 GMT
UN says prisoners being tortured in Libya
Human rights chief Navi Pillay "extremely concerned" about detainees accused by fighters of being Gaddafi loyalists.
Last updated: 26 Jan 2012 13:39 GMT
Large Libyan convoy arrives in Niger
Reports emerge of military vehicles arriving in town of Agadez as Gaddafi stronghold of Bani Walid braces for attack.
Last updated: 06 Sep 2011 08:07 GMT
Fighters mass outside Gaddafi stronghold
As Bani Walid braces for attack, reports emerge of a large convoy of Libyan armoured vehicles crossing into Niger.
Last updated: 06 Sep 2011 00:39 GMT
Standoff continues over Gaddafi stronghold
Libyan fighters move closer to besieged Bani Walid amid fresh hopes for a negotiated settlement with Gaddafi loyalists.
Last updated: 05 Sep 2011 09:58 GMT
Negotiations over Gaddafi stronghold collapse
Libyan fighters claim to have Bani Walid surrounded but are counting on local residents to rise up against loyalists.
Last updated: 04 Sep 2011 22:39 GMT
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Gunning down the taxmen of Somalia
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Protecting Mongolia's parent-less children
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