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Gaddafi's sons fail to pitch for trial

3 days ago
The trial of the sons of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi began yesterday with both central figures and several other defendants missing.
Times LIVE

Gaddafi's sons fail to pitch for trial

3 days ago
The trial of the sons of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi began yesterday with both central figures and several other defendants missing.
The Nation

Libya starts trial of ex-Gaddafi officials

3 days ago
TRIPOLI : Libyan prosecutors opened the trial of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi’s sons and more than two dozen of his ex-officials on Monday in a major test for the North African state’s transition to a democracy. Gaddafi’s sons Saadi Gaddafi and Saif al-Islam did not appear in the courtroom at Tripoli’s Al-Hadba prison, but the deposed ruler’s ex-spy chief Abdullah...
The Nation

Libya starts trial of ex-Gaddafi officials

3 days ago
TRIPOLI : Libyan prosecutors opened the trial of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi’s sons and more than two dozen of his ex-officials on Monday in a major test for the North African state’s transition to a democracy. Gaddafi’s sons Saadi Gaddafi and Saif al-Islam did not appear in the courtroom at Tripoli’s Al-Hadba prison, but the deposed ruler’s ex-spy chief Abdullah...
Daily Mail

Gaddafi henchmen mass in the dock but where are his sons Saadi and Saif?

3 days ago
A group of 30 of Colonel Gaddafi's senior officials pack into a courtroom cage in the country's capital, Tripoli, to face charges ranging from corruption to war crimes
Daily Mail

Gaddafi henchmen mass in the dock but where are his sons Saadi and Saif?

3 days ago
A group of 30 of Colonel Gaddafi's senior officials pack into a courtroom cage in the country's capital, Tripoli, to face charges ranging from corruption to war crimes
Telegraph

Trial of Colonel Gaddafi's sons begins without its star defendants

3 days ago
Saif al-Islam and Saadi Gaddafi both absent as case opens against former regime leaders
Reuters

Libya adjourns trial of ex-Gaddafi officials and sons

3 days ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya opened the trial of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi's sons and dozens of his ex-officials on Monday in a test of its transition to democracy, but it was quickly adjourned as some of the investigations had not been completed.
Zeit

Libyen: Gaddafi-Söhne bleiben Prozess fern

3 days ago
Kriegsverbrechen und Korruption: In Libyen wird Mitgliedern der ehemaligen Regierung der Prozess gemacht. Angeklagt sind auch die Söhne von Muammar al-Gaddafi.
Zeit

Libyen: Gaddafi-Söhne bleiben Prozess fern

3 days ago
Kriegsverbrechen und Korruption: In Libyen wird Mitgliedern der ehemaligen Regierung der Prozess gemacht. Angeklagt sind auch die Söhne von Muammar al-Gaddafi.
Daily Mail

Gaddafi henchmen mass in the dock but where are his sons Saadi and Saif?

3 days ago
A group of 30 of Colonel Gaddafi's senior officials pack into a courtroom cage in the country's capital, Tripoli, to face charges ranging from corruption to war crimes
Daily Mail

Gaddafi henchmen mass in the dock but where are his sons Saadi and Saif?

3 days ago
A group of 30 of Colonel Gaddafi's senior officials pack into a courtroom cage in the country's capital, Tripoli, to face charges ranging from corruption to war crimes
Human Rights Watch

Libya: Fair Trial Concerns for Ex-Officials

4 days ago
Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email The trial of 37 mostly Gaddafi-era officials accused of serious crimes during Libya’s 2011 uprising raises serious due process concerns, Human Rights Watch said today. The trial, which began on March 24, 2014, resumed on April 14 in a specially designated courtroom in Al-Hadba Corrections Facility...
Reuters

Libya starts trial of ex-Gaddafi officials, sons absent

4 days ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libyan prosecutors opened the trial of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi's sons and former regime officials on Monday in a major test for the North African state's transition to a democracy.
ARD

Libyen - auf dem Weg zum gescheiterten Staat

4 days ago
Libyen versinkt im Chaos. Drei Jahre nach dem Sturz von Machthaber Gaddafi ist das Land von sicheren staatlichen Strukturen weit entfernt. Die Milizen sind mächtig, die Regierung schwach. Und jetzt beginnt auch noch der Prozess gegen zwei Gaddafi-Söhne.
Al Jazhera

Gaddafi sons and officials to face trial

4 days ago
Saif al-Islam and Saadi Gaddafi among 38 former Libya regime figures accused of alleged war crimes during 2011 uprising.
Reuters

Trial of Gaddafi's two sons, former officials gets underway

4 days ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Saadi Gaddafi and Saif al-Islam, two of deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's sons, are expected to appear in court on Monday, facing charges of corruption and war crimes alongside more than 30 other Gaddafi-era officials.
The Guardian

Gaddafi sons war crimes trial begins in Libya amid security fears

5 days ago
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and brother Saadi face accusations of masterminding campaign of murder and torture during civil warThe war crimes trial of two sons of Libya's former dictator Muammar Gaddafi begins amid tight security in Tripoli on Monday, in a case causing sensation at home and controversy among rights groups.Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and his younger brother Saadi are...
The Nation

Supporting Big-3 vital for survival: Sethi

6 days ago
LAHORE - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Management Committee (MC) chairman Najam Sethi has said that it is the need of the hour to support ‘Big-3’ if we want to play international cricket. Speaking at the press conference Friday here at the Gaddafi Stadium after returning from taking part in the International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting in Dubai, Sethi said: “Pakistan...
Telegraph

Football stars to give evidence at trial of Gaddafi brothers

6 days ago
As details of the strange and violent crimes of Saadi and Saif al-Islam are presented to the trial next week, the case against one of the brothers will revolve around the football pitch
Daily Mail

Saadi Gaddafi goes on trial as he faces death sentence

6 days ago
Saadi Gaddafi was spoilt rotten by his tyrant father, using his influence to give him everything he ever wanted. But, as Saadi faces trial his father is no longer there to intervene
Daily Mail

Football-mad playboy son of toppled despot Gaddafi goes on trial: 'Violent and depraved coke fiend' faces death sentence

1 week ago
Saadi Gaddafi was spoilt rotten by his tyrant father, using his influence to give him everything he ever wanted. But, as Saadi faces trial his father is no longer there to intervene
Handelsblatt

Korruptionsvorwurf: Libyen verklagt französische Bank SocGen

2 weeks ago
Ärger für die Societé Générale: Ein libyscher Staatsfonds verklagt die französische Großbank. Sie soll geholfen haben, den Sohn des ehemaligen Despoten Muammer Gaddafi zu bestechen. Die Bank bestreitet dies.
Handelsblatt

Korruptionsvorwurf: Lybien verklagt französische Bank SocGen

2 weeks ago
Ärger für die Societé Générale: Ein lybischer Staatsfonds verklagt die französische Großbank. Sie soll geholfen haben, den Sohn des ehemaligen Despoten Muammer Gaddafi zu bestechen. Die Bank bestreitet dies.
DerSpiegel

Schmiergeldverdacht: Libyen verklagt Société Générale auf 1,5 Milliarden Dollar

2 weeks ago
Wegen fragwürdiger Geschäfte mit dem Gaddafi-Regime droht der Société Générale Ärger. Libyens Staatsfonds hat die französische Großbank auf 1,5 Milliarden Dollar verklagt. Das Institut soll Schmiergelder gezahlt und schwere Verluste verursacht haben.
Reuters

SocGen facing bribery lawsuit over Libyan deals

2 weeks ago
(Reuters) - Libya's sovereign wealth fund has filed a $1.5 billion lawsuit against Societe Generale , accusing it of funneling bribes worth tens of millions of dollars to associates of Saif al-Islam, the son of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
Telegraph

Saadi Gaddafi paraded on Libyan televsion to apologise for his sins

2 weeks ago
Son of late leader in broadcast from jail admits family 'should not have perpetrated acts' which harmed Libya    
Reuters

SocGen facing bribery lawsuit over Libyan deals: Financial Times

2 weeks ago
(Reuters) - The Libyan Investment Authority has accused France's second-biggest bank Societe Generale of funneling bribes worth tens of millions of dollars to associates of Saif al-Islam, the son of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, the Financial Times reported late Sunday.
Daily Mail

Gaddafi's jailed son apologises to Libya and asks for forgiveness in video

2 weeks ago
Prison authorities say the video is in response to ‘rumours’ that al-Saadi Gaddafi is being tortured in custody.
Al Jazhera

Gaddafi's son asks Libyans for forgiveness

2 weeks ago
Saadi Gaddafi, Muammar Gaddafi's third son, asks Libyans for forgiveness in interview videotaped in prison.
The Nation

Pakistan A all set to take on Qatar

3 weeks ago
LAHORE - Pakistan ‘A’ cricket team, as per revised schedule, will vie against Qatar team in the international Twenty20 match today (Wednesday) here at the Gaddafi Stadium. Provincial Minister for Sports and Education Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan will grace the occasion as chief guest while Director General Sports Board Punjab Usman Anwar and several top cricketers will...
Handelsblatt

Blühender Waffenhandel: Libyen exportiert seine Unsicherheit

3 weeks ago
In Libyen sind seit dem Sturz von Machthaber Gaddafi Millionen Waffen im Umlauf. Sie befinden sich in den Händen der Milizen, ebenso wie in Privathaushalten. Jegliche Kontrolle über den Waffenhandel fehlt.
The Nation

Pakistan A face Qatar in int’l match tomorrow

3 weeks ago
LAHORE - Provincial Minister for Sports and Education Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan termed the international match between Qatar and Pakistan A teams to be played tomorrow (Monday) here at the Gaddafi Stadium a significant step towards the resumption of international cricket in the country. “We have been holding this cricketing activity to bring international cricket back...
ElPais

La espía que regresa

3 weeks ago
Qué duda cabe de que el sobresalto de la semana ha sido el atraco en la residencia de Aline Griffith, condesa de Romanones: "Los asaltantes eran educados y casados"
The Guardian

Partition of Libya looms as fight for oil sparks vicious new divide

1 month ago
The farcical battle between the Tripoli government and a rebel militia over the refuelling of a tanker laid bare the central role that oil is playing in the splits and tensions that bedevil the countryNo one paid much attention to the 21,000-tonne oil tanker Morning Glory as it churned back and forth along the north African coast earlier this month. Tankers are a common...
The Guardian

Ousting of Libyan PM Ali Zeidan brings threat of civil war

1 month ago
Rebels in the east of the country want a larger share of the income generated from Africa's largest oil reservesThe ousting of Libya's prime minister, who fled to Europe this week, has triggered fighting between eastern and western regions that threatens to divide the country.Ali Zeidan, a popular figure with western diplomats, was sacked by the Islamist-led congress on...
FT

Militias ready to retake Libya oil plants

1 month ago
Pro-government forces are poised in Gaddafi home town of Sirte to retake oil facilities from rebels led by Ibrahim Jadran after tanker breaches blockade
sueddeutsche

Regierungskrise in Libyen: Parlament setzt Premier Seidan ab

1 month ago
Libyen kommt auch im dritten Jahr nach dem Sturz von Muammar al-Gaddafi nicht zur Ruhe: Per Misstrauensvotum hat das Parlament Regierungschef Ali Seidan abgesetzt. Er stand wegen der instabilen Lage im Land in der Kritik.
The Guardian

Nicolas Sarkozy back in spotlight due to court hearings

1 month ago
The former leader and wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy seek injunction against broadcasting of recordings of private conversationsIt is nearly two years since Nicolas Sarkozy disappeared from France's daily life. Apart from the occasional reminder that he might make a comeback in 2017, little has been heard from him.Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, his wife, has made records, given concerts...
THE GLOBE AND MAIL

Libya threatens to bomb North Korean tanker if it ships oil from rebel port

1 month ago
The oil dispute is just one facet of the deepening turmoil in the North African OPEC member, where the government is struggling to control militias who helped topple Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 but kept their weapons and now challenge state authority
Zeit

Gaddafi-Spenden: Frankreichs Justiz hörte Sarkozys Telefon ab

1 month ago
Frankreichs Ex-Präsident wurde nicht nur von seinem Berater abgeschöpft. Laut einem Bericht hörte auch die französische Justiz mit. Anlass sind Ermittlungen.
Times of India

Judges tapped ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy’s phones

1 month ago
Nicolas Sarkozy is suspected of attempting to pervert the course of justice on the basis of phone taps ordered by judges investigating his links with Gaddafi, it emerged on Friday.    
The Nation

Niger extradites Gaddafi’s son Saadi to Tripoli

1 month ago
TRIPOLI - Niger has extradited Muammar Gaddafi’s son Saadi, who just arrived in Tripoli and was brought to a prison, the Libyan government said on Thursday. The North African country had been seeking the extradition of Saadi, who had fled to the southern neighbour nation after the toppling of Gaddafi in a NATO-backed uprising in 2011. “The Libyan government received...
Zeit

Saadi al-Gaddafi: Niger liefert Gaddafis Sohn nach Libyen aus

1 month ago
Kurz vor der Entmachtung seines Vaters floh Saadi al-Gaddafi in den Niger. Nach zwei Jahren auf der Flucht ist er nach Libyen überstellt worden. Ihm droht ein Prozess.
The Guardian

Muammar Gaddafi's son Saadi extradited to Libya to stand trial

1 month ago
Former dictator's son arrives from Niger to face corruption charges as delegates meet in Rome to discuss Libya's futureSaadi Gaddafi, one of Muammar Gaddafi's most flamboyant sons, has been extradited from Niger to stand trial in Libya in what will be seen as a major coup for Tripoli.Photographs showing the 40-year-old in blue prison garb having his head shaved were posted...
ARD

Niger liefert Gaddafi-Sohn an Libyen aus

1 month ago
Nach jahrelangem Widerstand hat Niger einen Sohn des 2011 getöteten Diktators Gaddafi an Libyen ausgeliefert. Der 40-Jährige soll wegen seiner Rolle bei der Unterdrückung von Protesten und der Tötung von Demonstranten angeklagt werden.
Handelsblatt

Libyen: Gaddafis Sohn ist laut CNN in Gewahrsam

1 month ago
Er hatte sich wegen der Unruhen nach Niger abgesetzt, nun hat das Land den Sohn des Libyschen Ex-Diktators, Al-Saadi al-Gaddafi, ans Nachbarland ausgeliefert. CNN meldete, die lybischen Behörden hielten Gaddafi fest.
The Guardian

Saadi Gaddafi extradited to Libya

1 month ago
Government says former ruler’s son has been transferred from Niger on charges of embezzlement and making armed threats
The Nation

Lahore longs for international cricket five years after attack

1 month ago
LAHORE- For more than fifty years, Haji Basheer has prepared the pitch at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium and witnessed some of cricket’s biggest moments including two World Cups. The 74-year-old has been serving at the ground since it hosted the first match in November 1959 but a terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team bus on March 3, 2009 put an end to visits by international...
Amnesty International

Libya: Politicians face death penalty over blasphemous cartoon

1 month ago
Headline Title:  Libya: Politicians face death penalty over blasphemous cartoon 27 February 2014 Two politicians could be sentenced to death over a cartoon deemed offensive to Islam when a verdict is issued in their case on Sunday 2 March, said Amnesty...
The Nation

Basit defends his stance before inquiry committee

1 month ago
LAHORE - Pakistan's former Test batsman Basit Ali Monday stuck to his earlier allegations that a match between Karachi and Sialkot in the recent National Twenty20 Championship was fixed. Basit stuck to his claims when he appeared before the three-member inquiry tribunal here at the Gaddafi Stadium. The tribunal that includes the security manager of the board, former Test...
Reuters

Libyans vote for constitution body amid bombs, tensions

1 month ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Explosions rocked five polling stations in eastern Libya on Thursday as voters began electing a body to draft a new constitution, another step in the OPEC producer's rocky transition since Muammar Gaddafi fell in 2011.
Reuters

Libya to compensate women raped during 2011 uprising

1 month ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya will offer compensation to women raped during the 2011 NATO-backed uprising which toppled Muammar Gaddafi, its justice minister said on Wednesday, touching a taboo subject.
Reuters

Libya parliament agrees to 'early' election amid public anger

1 month ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's parliament will call elections "as early as possible", its president said on Monday, in an apparent effort to assuage ordinary Libyans angry over political chaos in the country nearly three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi.
Al Jazhera

Has the Libyan revolution succeeded?

1 month ago
Three years after the uprising that toppled Muammar Gaddafi, we examine the protests and the progress.
The Nation

Libyan army for parliament to be suspended

2 months ago
TRIPOLI - A Libyan military commander on Friday called for the interim parliament to be suspended and a presidential committee to be formed to govern until new elections in what he described as a road map to “rescue” the country. Maj Gen Khalifa Haftar was a leading figure in the 2011 revolution against Muammar Gaddafi, but it was not clear how much influence he has...
Times of India

Niger extradites former Gaddafi official to Libya

2 months ago
Niger's government has extradited Abdallah Mansour, a former top Libyan intelligence official under toppled President Muammar Gaddafi, to Libya on suspicion of plotting against the government in Tripoli, military sources said.    
Al Jazhera

Niger extradites former top Gaddafi official

2 months ago
Abdallah Mansour, once a top intelligence official, sent to Libya amid accusations he was plotting against government.
Reuters

Niger extradites former Gaddafi intelligence official to Libya

2 months ago
NIAMEY (Reuters) - Niger's government has extradited Abdallah Mansour, a former top Libyan intelligence official under toppled President Muammar Gaddafi, to Libya on suspicion of plotting against the government in Tripoli, military sources said.
Amnesty International

Libya: Three years on, Gaddafi-era laws used to clamp down on free expression

2 months ago
Headline Title:  Libya: Three years on, Gaddafi-era laws used to clamp down on free expression 12 February 2014 Mounting curbs on freedom of expression are threatening the rights Libyans sought to gain by overthrowing Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi, said...
Human Rights Watch

Libya: Gaddafi Son, Ex-Officials, Held Without Due Process

2 months ago
Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email Libya has failed to grant basic due process rights to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and other detained former officials of the Gaddafi government. (Beirut) – Libya has failed to grant basic due process rights to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi and other detained former officials of the Gaddafi...
The Nation

‘Powerful’ Sethi vows to amend PCB constitution

2 months ago
LAHORE - Newly-appointed Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi Monday said the cricket board’s constitution was made to accommodate only one person but they would make a new constitution of the board with the consensus of all its stakeholders. Talking to the reporters here at the Gaddafi Stadium, Sethi said that in past, president had all the powers which...
The Guardian

Activists accuse Britain of 'gas grab' in Algeria despite human rights abuses

2 months ago
Protesters plan to target investor conference at London Stock Exchange on MondayCampaigners who claim Britain is engaged in a "gas grab" in Algeria at the expense of its commitment to human rights and climate change will protest at an investor conference at the London Stock Exchange on Monday morning.Demonstrations will take place outside the meeting taking place in Paternoster...
ARD

Libyens Chemiewaffen komplett vernichtet

2 months ago
Schon unter Machthaber Gaddafi hatte Libyen begonnen, seine Senfgas-Bestände zu vernichten. Der Krieg stoppte diesen Prozess, neue C-Waffen wurden zur Bedrohung. Jetzt bestätigte die Organisation für das Verbot von Chemiewaffen die komplette Vernichtung des Senfgases.
The Guardian

Libya says chemical weapons destroyed

2 months ago
Government says country has been rid of weapons from Gaddafi era in process hailed by monitors as example for Syria
sueddeutsche

Libyen: Zerstörung von Gaddafis Chemiewaffen beendet

2 months ago
Über 25 Tonnen Senfgas und teilweise einsatzbereite Bomben hatte Machthaber Gaddafi gebunkert. Nach dessen Sturz begann die sofortige Vernichtung. Laut einer Kontrollorganisation ist diese nun abgeschlossen.
Telegraph

Libya 'free from chemical weapons'

2 months ago
The eradication of the weapons, which date from the era of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi, marks an important success for Libya    
DerSpiegel

Senfgas: Libyen hat Gaddafis Chemiewaffen komplett vernichtet

2 months ago
Mehr als 25 Tonnen Senfgas, teilweise einsatzbereit in Bomben, lagerten in Libyen unter Machthaber Gaddafi. Nach dessen Sturz begann die Vernichtung - nun ist sie laut einer Kontrollorganisation abgeschlossen.
Reuters

Libya says destroys last chemical weapons with Western help

2 months ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya has destroyed with the help of Western countries the last known large stockpile of chemical weapons from the era of Muammar Gaddafi, officials said on Tuesday.
Daily Mail

'Gaddafi had plastic surgeries done in bunker WITHOUT anaesthetic'

2 months ago
Dr Liacya Ribeiro, a breast augmentation specialist based in Rio de Janeiro, has revealed that Gaddafi had cosmetic fillers and a hair transplant.
sueddeutsche

Erbe Gaddafis: Libyens Chemiewaffen sollen komplett zerstört sein

2 months ago
US-amerikanische und libysche Experten haben die letzten Senfgas-Bestände aus der Zeit des früheren Machthabers Gaddafi zerstört. Das berichtet die "New York Times". Experten zeigen sich zufrieden und sprechen von einem großen Durchbruch.
Daily Mail

Gaddafi's plastic surgeon tells of operations done in a bunker WITHOUT anaesthetic because despot was afraid he would be murdered

2 months ago
Dr Liacya Ribeiro, a breast augmentation specialist based in Rio de Janeiro, has revealed that Gaddafi had cosmetic fillers and a hair transplant.
The Nation

First attack by ‘Big 3’ foiled, says Zaka

2 months ago
LAHORE  - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Chaudhry Zaka Ashraf Friday said that the first attack by ‘Big 3’ was foiled. Talking to the reporters here at the Gaddafi Stadium after his return from Dubai, Zaka said that he took decision in favour of Pakistan at the ICC meeting. “To some extent, we have stopped Big 3 as we took views of all the cricket boards...
The Nation

Ayub helps Rawalpindi win maiden QAT title

2 months ago
LAHORE - Five-star Akhtar Ayub helped Rawalpindi outclassed Islamabad by 228 runs to win their maiden Quaid-e-Azam Trophy title here at the Gaddafi Stadium on Thursday. When fifth day started, Islamabad was facing near-inevitable defeat at 99 for five wickets as they had to chase 435 runs, but heavy fog wiped out the first session. After play began, Islamabad resisted...
Reuters

Libya congress sets Feb 20 for constitution assembly vote

2 months ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya will elect an assembly on February 20 to draft a constitution intended to advance a transition to democracy more than two years after a NATO-backed uprising toppled Muammar Gaddafi, the head of the interim parliament said on Thursday.
Reuters

Libya sets February 20 for constitution assembly vote

2 months ago
TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya will elect an assembly on February 20 to draft a constitution intended to advance transition to democracy and break political stalemate more than two years after a NATO-backed uprising toppled Muammar Gaddafi.
The Guardian

Tony Blair backs Egypt's government and criticises Brotherhood

2 months ago
Former British PM says Muslim Brotherhood was stealing Egypt's revolution and army intervention has put it on right pathTony Blair has given staunch backing to Egypt's government following a meeting on Wednesday with its army leader, Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.In a television interview on Thursday morning, Britain's former prime minister said Mohamed Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood...
The Nation

Rawalpindi close to win Quaid Trophy

2 months ago
LAHORE - Rawalpindi were close to win the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final for the first time as they need five wickets of Islamabad who were struggling to save the match here at the Gaddafi Stadium. Rawalpindi’s opener Shoaib Nasir kept on punishing Islamabad bowlers on the fourth day and managed to score 177 runs helping his team to post 398 runs in their second innings.  Chasing...
Daily Mail

Gaddafi says he funded Sarkozy's election campaign in interview aired in France

2 months ago
The Gaddafi interview is expected to signal a massive crisis for Mr Sarkozy and his third wife Carla Bruni, who are already desperately trying to stave off a range of corruption investigations.
The Nation

Shoaib’s unbeaten ton puts Rawalpindi in driving seat

2 months ago
LAHORE - Shoaib Nasir hammered unbeaten 143 to put Rawalpindi in driving seat on the third of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final being played here at the Gaddafi Stadium. Rawalpindi resumed their second innings from 0-0 in 2 overs on Tuesday and posted 264-4 in 83 overs. Shoaib slammed 143 hitting 20 fours and two sixes while 75-run by Babar Naeem were also another major contribution...
Human Rights Watch

Libya: Critical TV Bans Setback for Speech

2 months ago
Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email A new decree passed by Libya’s parliament banning satellite television stations critical of the government and the 2011 uprising against Gaddafi violates free speech and Libya’s Provisional Constitutional Declaration. The decree was passed January 22, 2014. The government also slashed scholarship...
Daily Mail

Uncovered: The macabre sex chamber of Libya's Colonel Gaddafi where he raped girls - and boys - as young as 14

2 months ago
Gaddafi’s victims include hundreds of teenage girls who, throughout his 42-year reign, were beaten, raped and forced to become his sex slaves.
Telegraph

Justice doesn't seem to count for our son killed by the IRA

2 months ago
Lawyers threaten legal action against Tony Blair over claim he intervened on behalf of Colonel Gaddafi in court case that deprived British terror victims of compensation    
Telegraph

IRA victims plan to sue Tony Blair over Libya 'conniving'

2 months ago
Tony Blair faces threat of legal action over allegation he helped Colonel Gaddafi over court case that led to British terror victims losing out on compensation deal    
The Nation

PCB to seek former cricketers advice for WC 2015

2 months ago
LAHORE- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will seek advice from former cricketers, especially those who were the part of the 1992 World Cup winning squad, to construct and formulate a comprehensive strategy for raising Pakistan team for the World Cup 2015. This decision was taken in a meeting chaired by PCB chairman Zaka Asrhaf here at the Gaddafi Stadium which was also...
The Nation

PCB to seek former cricketers advice for WC 2015

2 months ago
LAHORE- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will seek advice from former cricketers, especially those who were the part of the 1992 World Cup winning squad, to construct and formulate a comprehensive strategy for raising Pakistan team for the World Cup 2015. This decision was taken in a meeting chaired by PCB chairman Zaka Asrhaf here at the Gaddafi Stadium which was also...
The Nation

PCB to seek former cricketers advice for WC 2015

2 months ago
LAHORE- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will seek advice from former cricketers, especially those who were the part of the 1992 World Cup winning squad, to construct and formulate a comprehensive strategy for raising Pakistan team for the World Cup 2015. This decision was taken in a meeting chaired by PCB chairman Zaka Asrhaf here at the Gaddafi Stadium which was also...
The Nation

PCB to seek former cricketers advice for WC 2015

2 months ago
LAHORE- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will seek advice from former cricketers, especially those who were the part of the 1992 World Cup winning squad, to construct and formulate a comprehensive strategy for raising Pakistan team for the World Cup 2015. This decision was taken in a meeting chaired by PCB chairman Zaka Asrhaf here at the Gaddafi Stadium which was also...
Human Rights Watch

Libya: Drop Case For ‘Defaming’ Public Officials

2 months ago
Tweet Widget Facebook Like Email Libya’s public prosecutor should drop the charges and not contest the appeal of a criminal conviction for “defaming” public officials. Tripoli North Court will hear the appeal of the case by Jamal al-Hajji, a leading political activist formerly detained by the Gaddafi government on January 23,...
Amnesty International

Libya: Activist imprisoned under al-Gaddafi facing jail for televised remarks about politicians

2 months ago
Headline Title:  Libya: Activist imprisoned under al-Gaddafi facing jail for televised remarks about politi 22 January 2014 A writer and political commentator who was a prisoner of conscience under Mu’ammar al-Gaddafi’s rule, has now fallen foul...
The Guardian

Ukrainian police and protesters clash violently for second day in Kiev

2 months ago
Over 100 demonstrators and 100 police injured as prosecutor general blames opposition for provoking unrestUkrainian protesters and police have clashed in Kiev for a second consecutive day on Monday as a way out of the political crisis gripping the country looked further away than ever.The mainly peaceful protests that have paralysed the city for two months erupted spectacularly...
The Guardian

Dozens wounded in Kiev violence as anti-government protests escalate

2 months ago
Police – outnumbered by protesters armed with firebombs – respond with stun grenades, teargas and water cannonAnti-government protests in Ukraine's capital escalated into fiery street battles with police as thousands of demonstrators threw rocks and firebombs and set police vehicles on fire. Dozens of officers and protesters were injured.Police responded with stun...
The Nation

My reinstatement is victory of justice: Zaka

3 months ago
LAHORE - Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Chaudhary Zaka Ashraf Thursday said that the decision of his reinstatement by the divisional bench was a historic step in the country’s cricket. Talking to the reporters here at the Gaddafi Stadium after being reinstated by the Islamabad High Court (IHC), Zaka said: “It is a historic decision in the history of Pakistan...
ElPais

The long march home

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‘Perfect Storm’ author Sebastian Junger’s new film and book charts the walk across the US he undertook with two war veterans and a Spanish photographer
Handelsblatt

Blutige Kämpfe: Libyscher Vizeminister erschossen

3 months ago
In Libyen ist ein hochrangiges Regierungsmitglied erschossen worden. Es ist der erste Mord an einem Kabinettsmitglied seit dem Sturz von Machthaber Muammar al-Gaddafi 2011. In der Nacht gab es schwere Kämpfe
DerSpiegel

Anschlag in Sirte: Libyscher Vize-Minister erschossen

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The Guardian

Libyan government minister shot dead

3 months ago
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ARD

Libyen: Die Macht der Milizen

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Handelsblatt

Hafen-Konflikt: Libyen droht mit Versenkung von Tankern

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Daily Mail

GCHQ spies 'heard Gaddafi order that led to murder of Yvonne Fletcher'

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Countries where gaddafi is popular

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1 India 3.670
2 Russia 3.240
3 France 2.570
4 Germany 2.002
5 China 1.640
6 Australia 1.600
7 Spain 1.500
8 United Kingdom 1.390
9 Canada 0.955
10 Turkey 0.620
11 South Africa 0.540
12 Italy 0.500
13 Singapore 0.500
14 Greece 0.350
15 Austria 0.312
16 United States 0.300
17 Brazil 0.300
18 Hungary 0.160
19 Algeria 0.140
20 Colombia 0.120
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1 IBN live 2.500
2 Moskovskiy Komsomolets 1.500
3 Australia Network News 1.200
4 NDTV 1.000
5 Komsomolskaya Pravda 1.000
6 The mirror 1.000
7 El Pais 1.000
8 Cankao Xiaoxi (Reference News) 0.800
9 Spiegel 0.800
10 lexpress 0.800
11 Gōngrén Rìbào 0.600
12 Itar-Tass 0.500
13 The Straits Times 0.500
14 El Mundo del Siglo XXI 0.500
15 Sky News Australia 0.400
16 N24 0.400
17 france3 0.400
18 Guardian 0.350
19 Die Rheinpfalz 0.320
20 lemonde 0.300
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2 Russian 3.240
3 French 2.750
4 German 2.315
5 Spanish 1.790
6 Chinese 1.700
7 Turkish 0.620
8 Italian 0.500
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10 Portuguese 0.300
11 Hungarian 0.160
12 Finnish 0.060
13 Arabic 0.050
14 Polish 0.050
15 Danish 0.020
16 Romanian 0.000
17 Malayalam 0.000
18 Hindi 0.000
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20 Czech 0.000
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