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To be black in Libya

Being black is a stigma which makes life even harder in a country where chaos is the only rule, reports Karlos Zurutuza.

Filed in: Libya

What happened to the 'other' Libyans?

Five years after the war that toppled Muammar Gaddafi, Libya’s Amazigh struggle to reshuffle. Karlos Zurutuza reports.

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EU must stop its arms trade hypocrisy

Andrew Smith explains why human rights must be placed at the heart of European foreign policy.

Filed in: Arms Europe Libya Politics Trade

Refugees challenge Tunisia on human rights

Residents from the closed Choucha refugee camp are fighting for resettlement, not ‘local integration’.

Filed in: Human Rights Libya Politics Refugees Tunisia UN

UN ‘travesty’: resolutions of mass destruction (Part 1)

Why haven’t our leaders, itching to get the UN security council to act on Syria, learnt the lessons of UN intervention in Libya?

Filed in: Libya Military Syria

Our pal, Qadafi, or: a lesson in hypocrisy

The British government may have condemned him in the end, but only after years of supplying him with weapons, writes Nicholas Gilby.

Filed in: Arms Libya

Killing Gaddafi: the death of legal justice

First it was Saddam, then bin Laden and now Gaddafi. The West gets its man but loses its humanity, says Felicity Arbuthnot.

Filed in: Conflict Libya Military Politics UN United States Violence

When people rise up...

As the ripples of rebellion spread through the Arab world, what’s next for democracy?

Filed in: Egypt Libya Tunisia

The West's new friend

Muammar al Qadhafi may be the West's new friend, says Ike Oguine, but he should still answer for his crimes.

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Filed in: Libya

  • August 5, 1998
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