Gaddafi: The Endgame

Libya: State of Denial

The story of the fall of Gaddafi as told by the insiders, defectors and military advisers who helped bring it about.

UpFront

Libya: From Arab Spring to failed state?

We debate whether today's war-torn Libya can be blamed on the legacy of Colonel Gaddafi's 42 years in power.

Libya: From Arab Spring to failed state?

Libya

Libya six years on: No regrets over Gaddafi's demise

Six years since the overthrow of Gaddafi and despite Libya's chaotic turn, rebels say the revolution was still worth it.

Libya six years on: No regrets over Gaddafi's demise

Inside Story

Can the UN achieve peace in Libya?

The United Nations has embarked on a new push to bring together rivals in the war-torn country.

Inside Story

Libya peace talks - Can they deliver?

France launches latest attempt to broker peace amid long-standing conflict between two main rival groups.

Middle East

ICC demands 'immediate arrest' of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Son of former Libyan leader reportedly released from prison a few days ago in Libya's western city of Zintan.

ICC demands 'immediate arrest' of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

Middle East

Who is Saif al-Islam Gaddafi?

Slain Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's son has been released following nearly six-years of detention.

Who is Saif al-Islam Gaddafi?

UpFront

Ex-NATO boss: Libya still a 'model intervention'

"I don't think you can blame Hillary Clinton or NATO," says Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Libya's post-intervention collapse.

UpFront

Crisis in Libya: Who is to blame?

Former NATO head Anders Fogh Rasmussen defends intervention against Gaddafi, and we debate Kurdish independence in Iraq.

Libya

UK report: Libya intervention flawed, Cameron to blame

Foreign affairs panel says David Cameron as prime minister must bear responsibility for UK's role in Libya's crisis.

Reporter's Notebook

The ghosts of Gaddafi

Fighters loyal to Libya's former government have joined forces with ISIL, threatening to the country's security.

Al Jazeera World

The Battle of Misrata

Six years on, Misratans reflect on the siege of their city and how it played a role in the downfall of Gaddafi.

Opinion

Libya, extremism and the consequences of collapse

If the two rival governments are not reconciled, ISIL and al-Qaeda will strengthen their hold in Libya.

Martin Reardon

by Martin Reardon

Martin Reardon

Oil Price

Fires sparked by ISIL attacks spread at Libya oil ports

Five oil storage tanks remain on fire after ISIL shelled security forces guarding country's largest oil ports.

Fires sparked by ISIL attacks spread at Libya oil ports

Al Jazeera World

Libya’s Forgotten King

The story of King Idris I, who unified Libya and became its first king in 1951 before being toppled by Gaddafi in 1969.