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Libyan rebels enter Ajdabiyah

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Libyan rebels have entered the government-controlled city of Ajdabiyah from the east, Al Jazeera television reported on Friday, quoting rebels.

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Qatar flies first sortie over Libya

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The U.S. military says Qatar has flown its first sortie after joining the forces of 10 other nations enforcing the

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Death of Gaddafi’s son Khamis confirmed

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Al-Arabiya television quoted on Friday an unnamed source as saying reports that Libyan leader Moammad Qaddafi’s son, Khamis, was killed

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Turkey joins NATO in Libya military action

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TURKEY’S parliament overnight approved sending a naval force off Libya as the Islamist-rooted government moved reluctantly to join military action

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Libyan rebels form ‘interim government’

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Libya’s pro-democracy fighters have formed an “interim government” even as forces backing the country’s leader, Muammar Gaddafi, press ahead with

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Heavy anti-aircraft fire, explosions echo in Tripoli

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Heavy anti-aircraft fire is lighting up the skies over Tripoli and the sound of loud explosions is echoing through the

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Qatar warplanes head for Libya no-fly zone duty

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Two Qatar Air Force fighter jets and a cargo jet flew to a Greek air base on the island of

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U.S.-Led mission nears goal in Libya

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An American-led military campaign to destroy Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s air defenses and establish a no-fly zone over Libya has nearly

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US fighter jet crash lands near Benghazi, Libya, crew safe

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A US warplane has crash landed in a Libyan field in the area around Benghazi, The Daily Telegraph can disclose.

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Libya: Why Arab League isn’t taken seriously

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Having initially backed the idea of a no-fly zone over Libya, the Arab League’s apparent change of heart should surprise no one.

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