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CNN's Phil Black reports on a mass exodus from the besieged Libyan city of Sirte.

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Rebels say they are gaining ground in Libya; government disputes claimupdated: Sat Aug 13 2011 19:37:00

Rebels said Saturday that they were gaining traction in a series of offensives in several parts of Libya controlled by ruler Moammar Gadhafi -- claims that the Libyan government swiftly disputed.

Reporters taken to mass funeral in Libyan town, nearby hospitalupdated: Wed Aug 10 2011 10:52:00

Deafening peals of gunfire heralded the arrival of the caskets. There were 28 in all. One of them was only about two feet long and held aloft by a single man.

Reporters taken to Libyan mass funeralupdated: Wed Aug 10 2011 10:52:00

CNN's Ivan Watson reports from Zlitan, Libya, on government allegations that a NATO airstrike killed 85 civilians.

Libyan missile misses Italian warshipupdated: Wed Aug 03 2011 20:57:00

Libyan government forces fired a missile at an Italian warship in the Mediterranean Sea on Wednesday in a rare attack on the NATO fleet offshore, a government spokesman said.

Details murky on Libya rebel chief deathupdated: Sat Jul 30 2011 01:14:00

The mysterious death of the Libyan rebels' top commander could have big implications for the country's civil war.

Gadhafi spokesman calls death a sign of rebel weaknessupdated: Sat Jul 30 2011 01:14:00

The killing on Thursday of the top rebel military commander shows that those forces are in disarray, a spokesman for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi said Friday.

Libyan government vows to hold oil city against rebelsupdated: Tue Jul 19 2011 00:46:00

Libyan government troops will turn the strategic oil city of al-Brega into "hell" rather than let it fall into the hands of advancing rebel forces, a government spokesman said Monday.

Gadhafi: Brega will be 'hell'updated: Tue Jul 19 2011 00:46:00

The Gadhafi regime tells CNN's Ivan Watson that the key town will be "hell" before they let it fall into rebel hands.

U.S.-Libya talks were one-time event, Washington saysupdated: Tue Jul 19 2011 00:04:00

Libyan and U.S. officials say the two governments held face-to-face talks in Tunisia over the weekend, but Washington says the sole point of the meeting was to repeat its demand that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi "must go."

U.S., Libya officials in talksupdated: Tue Jul 19 2011 00:04:00

Libyan and American officials engaged in direct face-to-face talks in Tunisia on Saturday. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.

NATO: Airstrike targeted high-level Gadhafi command siteupdated: Mon Jun 20 2011 16:34:00

NATO said Monday that a residential building west of Tripoli was targeted early Monday in an airstrike that the Libyan government alleges killed 15 people, including three children.

Violence, deaths continue in Libyaupdated: Mon Jun 13 2011 05:44:00

Seven people died Sunday in fighting in the town of Dafniya, Libya, near the besieged city of Misrata, according to a hospital spokesman.

On the frontlines in Libyaupdated: Wed Jun 01 2011 13:53:00

CNN's Ben Wedeman retreats to a rebel field hospital in Dafniya where doctors try to help the wounded.

Libyan oil minister defects, says he might join oppositionupdated: Wed Jun 01 2011 13:53:00

Libya's oil minister confirmed Wednesday that he's defected and said he's considering signing up with the opposition movement.

Family: Photographer missing in Libya now believed deadupdated: Fri May 20 2011 09:19:00

The family of South African freelance photojournalist Anton Hammerl, who has been missing in Libya since April, said late Thursday they now believe he was killed by Libyan government forces.

3 journalists freed by Libya now in Tunisiaupdated: Thu May 19 2011 14:07:00

Three journalists who were released by Libyan officials crossed into Tunisia Thursday.

Libya frees 4 journalists; Tunisia complains about Libyan rocketsupdated: Wed May 18 2011 20:09:00

Four journalists are free weeks after they were captured by the Libyan military and then sentenced to jail for a year, a Libyan government spokesman said Wednesday.

Burials held in Tripoli for alleged victims of NATO airstrikeupdated: Sat May 14 2011 18:10:00

A few hundred people gathered at a Tripoli cemetery Saturday to bury the alleged victims of a NATO airstrike in al-Brega a day earlier.

After nearly 2 weeks out of sight, Gadhafi appears on Libyan TVupdated: Wed May 11 2011 23:08:00

Renewed bombing could be heard Thursday morning in Tripoli shortly after NATO jets were heard flying over the city.

Gunners pound rebels, embassies sacked after Gadhafi's son said killedupdated: Sun May 01 2011 19:01:00

Government forces pounded rebel-held cities and crowds ransacked empty embassies in Tripoli on Sunday after Libyan authorities reported a NATO airstrike killed one of longtime strongman Moammar Gadhafi's sons and three of his grandchildren.

Gadhafi's son killed?updated: Sun May 01 2011 19:01:00

CNN's Frederik Pleitgen on the air strike in Tripoli that reportedly killed Gadhafi's son.

Libya says Gadhafi's son killed in airstrike, vows death to 'invaders'updated: Sun May 01 2011 10:37:00

The Libyan government said Sunday that ruler Moammar Gadhafi's son and three of his grandchildren died in a NATO airstrike that the longtime strongman and his wife survived.

Moving forward in Libya conflictupdated: Mon Apr 25 2011 05:53:00

A former diplomat and a retired general discuss the uprisings in Libya and Syria and outline the way forward.

Deaths continue to mount in Misrataupdated: Mon Apr 25 2011 05:53:00

Amid reports that pro-government forces have withdrawn from the besieged Libyan port city of Misrata, at least 16 people were killed and 71 were wounded there Sunday, a doctor at a local hospital said early Monday.

Father of alleged Libyan rape victim says she is still missingupdated: Sun Apr 03 2011 00:38:00

The father of a woman who was dragged away by officials loyal to the Libyan regime after telling journalists that troops had beaten and raped her said Saturday that he has no idea where his daughter is.

Alleged rape victim's family defiantupdated: Sun Apr 03 2011 00:38:00

CNN's Reza Sayah speaks to the family of the Libyan woman who was allegedly raped by Gadhafi's militia men.

Libyan opposition lays out conditions for cease-fireupdated: Fri Apr 01 2011 21:00:00

Battles raged in Libya on Friday as mixed messages of peace put forth from several corners brought no guarantees of an end to the bloody conflict.

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