Muammar Gaddafi


video 28 July 2014 World, Libya

Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed.

Violence spirals across Libya as Tripoli fire rages - video

As a major fuel depot burns in Libya's capital Tripoli, C4 News looks at the country's descent into violence after Gadaffi's overthrow as well as the growing bloodshed across the Middle East.

post 26 June 2014
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Salwa Bugaighis: Libyan human rights activist who took on Gaddafi

The Libyan human rights activist Salwa Bugaighis has been shot dead by unknown assailants at her home in Benghazi on the day of the country's general election.

article 15 June 2014 UK, Iraq
Tony Blair: Iraq's insurgency stems from Syria

Violent insurgency in Iraq is the "predictable" result of the west's failure to intervene in Syria, not of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Tony Blair declares in a renewed call for military action.

article 06 March 2014 World, Libya
Gaddafi's son Saadi extradited to Libya

Niger extradites Muammar Gaddafi's son Saadi to Tripoli, where the Libyan government say he is now in custody.

post 11 November 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Why Libya's revolutionaries are the greatest threat to its revolution

Old scores are being settled in Libya as militias fight to assert their power in towns and cities across the country.

post 05 July 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog The saviour who won't rise from the streets

"Waste your summer praying in vain, For a saviour to rise from these streets" - what Bruce Springsteen can teach us about Egypt and the Arab Spring.

post 25 June 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Sheikh Tamim, 33, takes over in world's richest country

The truth of the matter is that the Qatari succession is opaque, and no-one outside the royal family has a clear idea of what this transition means.

article 29 March 2013 UK, Libya
British women 'raped on Libya aid mission'

Three women travelling with an international aid convoy in Libya have been raped by pro-government forces, according to the country's deputy prime minister.

article 04 March 2013 UK, Libya
Abdel Hakim Belhaj, who has offered to drop his case against the British government for 3 pounds, an apology, and an admission of liability (picture: Reuters)
Libyan torture victim's 3 settlement offer to UK government

Libyan politican Abdel Hakim Belhaj, who is suing the British government over its alleged role in his kidnap and torture, says he will drop the case for 3, an apology and an admission of liability.