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Leaders call for more NATO strikes as Gadhafi forces pummel Misrataupdated: Tue Apr 12 2011 18:03:00

Moammar Gadhafi's military machine pounded the western city of Misrata again Tuesday as France and Britain called for beefed-up NATO airstrikes to stop such attacks on the Libyan people.

U.S. envoy to discuss 'practical, non-lethal' aid for Libyan rebelsupdated: Tue Apr 05 2011 16:00:00

A U.S. special representative to the Libyan opposition, Chris Stevens, has arrived in Benghazi, Libya, to meet with members of the opposition Transitional National Council, the State Department said Tuesday.

What does Koussa know?updated: Tue Apr 05 2011 11:43:00

British officials look to question Libya's former foreign minister. CNN's Phil Black reports.

Top Libyan defector set to face Lockerbie questionsupdated: Tue Apr 05 2011 11:43:00

Top Libyan defector Moussa Koussa looks set to be quizzed over the 1988 bombing of a Pan Am airliner over Lockerbie in Scotland, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Obama doctrine compared with predecessorsupdated: Thu Mar 31 2011 17:51:00

Presidents throughout history have developed foreign policy doctrines when tested by global conflicts.

Libyan defector has 'secrets to tell,' analyst saysupdated: Thu Mar 31 2011 17:51:00

The surprise arrival Wednesday of a tall, gray-haired man at a small airport outside of London raised eyebrows -- and it also raised hopes of a breakthrough on many fronts.

Source: CIA operating in Libya, in consultation with oppositionupdated: Wed Mar 30 2011 22:46:00

CIA operatives are providing intelligence from Libya, where opposition forces are on the run and the defiant government suffered the embarrassing defection of its foreign minister Wednesday.

CIA operating in Libyaupdated: Wed Mar 30 2011 22:46:00

Wolf Blitzer reports that the CIA is operating in Libya to help the U.S. increase its understanding of the situation.

U.S. freezes Libyan foreign minister's assetsupdated: Wed Mar 16 2011 09:07:00

The United States government on Tuesday took steps to boost opposition forces attempting to oust Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi by freezing the assets of that country's foreign minister and identifying 16 companies operating in the U.S. that are owned or controlled by the regime.

Libyan rebels ask: Where is no-fly zone?updated: Wed Mar 16 2011 09:07:00

Libya's opposition forces struggle to defend territory in the east. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.

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