Libyan court sentences Gadhafi son, eight aides to death

/ Jul 28, 2015

Libyan court sentences Gadhafi son, eight aides to death

A Libyan court on Tuesday sentenced slain dictator Moammar Gadhafi’s son Seif al-Islam and eight other defendants to death for crimes during the 2011 uprising. Former intelligence chief Abdullah Senussi and Gadhafi’s last prime minister Al-Baghdadi al-Mahmudi were also among those sentenced to death. ...

/ Jun 13, 2014

Gadhafi casts a long shadow

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Libya's leaders — and their Western benefactors — must realize that only modernization of Libya's state and society — the agenda that Moammar Gadhafi pursued, albeit in a perverted form — will ensure the country's survival.

Libyan parliament fails to agree on new prime minister

/ May 4, 2014

Libyan parliament fails to agree on new prime minister

Libya’s parliament failed on Sunday to elect a new prime minister after several inconclusive votes, lawmakers in the North African country said, adding to turmoil in the oil producer. Businessman Ahmed Maiteeq had emerged as front runner in the final vote but he failed ...

Libya says Gadhafi regime's chemical weapons all destroyed

Feb 5, 2014

Libya says Gadhafi regime's chemical weapons all destroyed

Libya has completely destroyed the chemical arsenal it inherited from Moammar Gadhafi, 10 years after the now slain dictator signed the Chemical Weapons Convention, Foreign Minister Mohammed Abdel-Aziz announced Tuesday. The completion of the disarmament process, begun under the ousted regime but was interrupted ...