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    Libya: Failed state, Blair and Saif’s Israeli girlfriend

    The waves of assassinations on Friday in Benghazi and the attacks on some landmark buildings show that the Western installed government of prime minister Ali Zidan has failed to establish security for Libyan which they enjoyed under Qaddafi for over three decades. Two members of the...
  2. CASPER

    NATO to take full command of Libya mission in days

    NATO should have complete command of military operations in Libya "in a couple of days," but a spokeswoman said the alliance saw no military solution to the crisis and hoped for a political settlement. NATO agreed on Sunday to take over all operations in Libya, putting the 28-nation alliance in...
  3. Unhypnotized

    Revenge Gaddafi? RT digs for real reasons behind Libya bombing

    March 28, 2011 The reasons behind the intervention in Libya are constantly being questioned. Critics say it’s strange that Libya is being targeted, in particular, when there are several other violent uprisings in the Arab world. RT’s Daniel Bushell reports on what else could be motivating...
  4. Unhypnotized

    MI6, SAS Working Together To Take Control In Libya

    Related:*Report: US Special Forces Arrive In Libya UK Daily Mail March 5, 2011 Britain is to send teams of spies and diplomats into Libya to help oust Colonel Gaddafi, it emerged last night. MI6 operatives backed by the SAS are to land in the east around the key rebel stronghold of Benghazi...
  5. Unhypnotized

    More Blood for Oil? Libya and the UK

    'Amid the talk in Washington and London of military intervention in Libya, Tim Coles considers how the Anglo-American portrayal of Mu'ammar Gaddafi changed from bogeyman to friend when it became apparent that he would grant oil contracts to various Western companies.' Read more: More Blood for...
  6. CASPER

    Egyptian workers flee Libya amid tales of chaos

    SALLOUM, Egypt – This trash-strewn, windy desert plateau that marks the frontier with Libya was a tangle of small vans, station wagons and tour buses Tuesday — all ferrying home thousands of Egyptian workers who told of mercenaries, airstrikes and chaos in Moammar Gadhafi's violence-wracked...
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