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Celebrations as Gaddafi confirmed dead
As former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is confirmed dead, Channel 4 News International Editor Lindsey Hilsum, who is in Tripoli, says people are “going crazy” and celebrating his death.
'Gaddafi is mafia' – on the road to Bani Walid
Amid reports that Colonel Gaddafi’s troops have started to pull out, Bani Walid and its approaches remain insecure. It’s noon, Sunday, and the former Libyan rebels – who now call themselves the Libyan National Army (LNA) – are still negotiating with the Warfallah tribal leaders in Bani Walid over the surrender of the town.
‘We know where Gaddafi is’ claims rebel chief
As the head of the rebel military council in Libya announces he knows the whereabouts of Colonel Gaddafi, Jonathan Miller reports from the road to Bani Walid, a remaining loyalist stronghold.
Libya sees no role for UN military peacekeepers
Libya rejects the idea of international peacekeepers playing a role in the country’s future, as thousands in Tripoli freely celebrate the end of Ramadan for the first time in 42 years.
Libya rebels demand return of Gaddafis from Algeria
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s wife and three children have fled to Algeria. In Libya, the rebel council says it is an “act of aggression” that Algeria let them in the country.
Rebels launch Operation Mermaid to take Tripoli
Libya’s six month bloody uprising reaches Tripoli, as rebels launch an intense assault towards Gaddafi’s stronghold.
Regime denies Khamis Gaddafi ‘killed’ in Nato strike
Muammar Gaddafi’s regime has denied reports that the leader’s son Khamis has been killed in a Nato air attack in Libya’s western city of Zlitan which killed 32 people.
Gaddafi regime taunts UK over general’s death
As it emerges Libyan rebel general Abdel Fatah Younes was killed by an Islamist militia fighting on his own side, the Gaddafi regime describes the death as a “slap in the face’ for the UK.
Frozen Libyan cash to be released for humanitarian aid
Turkey’s Foreign Minister has backed calls to unfreeze around £2bn of Libyan cash for humanitarian aid.
Nato boss regret at loss of life in Tripoli
Nato’s Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen tells Channel 4 News he regrets the “tragic loss of life” following an off-target air strike in Tripoli, but says the mission is meeting its objectives.
Nato admits airstrike went ‘off target’
Nato has confirmed that one of its airstrikes on Tripoli went off target and may have caused civilian casualties, following claims by Libyan officials that nine civilians died in the strike.
Libyan officials say civilians killed by NATO strike
Libyan officials say seven civilians, including a baby, have been killed in a NATO strike in eastern Tripoli. NATO has told Channel 4 News it is “looking into the facts”.
Eman al-Obeidi: in her own words
Libyan police desperately tried to silence Eman al-Obeidi when she told journalists Gaddafi’s men had raped her. Here, she tells Jonathan Miller the full story and what happened to her afterwards.
Nato ‘cannot confirm’ 11 killed in Brega airstrike
As Colonel Gaddafi claims he is in a place where he cannot “be reached or killed”, Libya accuses Nato of killing 11 Muslim clerics in an airstrike on Brega, in eastern Libya, on 13 May.
Libya: Nato strikes Gaddafi’s Tripoli compound
An air strike by Nato forces flattens a building inside Colonel Gaddafi’s Bab al-Azizia compound in Tripoli. Meanwhile, government troops are reported to have resumed bombardment of Misrata.