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Bitter sweet anniversary of Libyan revolution amid siege of Tripoli
EU foreign ministers have agreed to launch new sea patrols in the Mediterranean to try to enforce an arms embargo in war-torn Libya.
Eastern Libyan commander orders forces to seize Tripoli
A showdown between Kalifa Haftar’s forces and militia supporting the government in the capital could plunge Libya into another spasm of violence.
Violence spirals across Libya as Tripoli fire rages
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.
Tripoli ‘calm’ after Lebanese army deployed
Troops have been deployed in Lebanon’s northern city of Tripoli after 15 people were killed in fighting related to Syria’s uprising.
Saif Gaddafi to be moved to Tripoli, then tried
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, son and one-time heir apparent of toppled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, will move to a prison in Tripoli within weeks, and face trial in Libya.
The battle for normality in Tripoli’s streets and hospitals
After a year of major change in Libya, a doctor and filmmaker based in Tripoli writes for Channel 4 News on the daily challenges in hospital and on the streets around the city.
Tension on the streets of Tripoli
As post-liberation euphoria on the streets of Tripoli starts to fade, residents of the Libyan capital are losing patience with their rustic ‘liberators’. International Editor Lindsey Hilsum reports.
Return to Tripoli – it's good to be back
Normal life is returning to Tripoli, blogs Lindsey Hilsum, back in Libya to research a book on recent events in the country. Petrol is now plentiful and the population’s attention has turned to the national team’s performance in football’s African Nations Cup.
High-velocity celebration: Tripoli after Gaddafi
For now it is the Eid holiday. A pause. A time to try and drink in what has happened across this city, where another simple grafitti slogan captures the mood, the practicality, the possibility of the new reality: “I love this year – 2011”
Navigating through Tripoli's checkpoints of ingenuity
If necessity is the mother of invention – could war be the mother of ingenuity? Alex Thomson blogs on the checkpoints of Tripoli, in all their myriad forms.
Libya: The horror inside Tripoli’s Abu Salim
Our Chief Correspondent Alex Thomson witnesses shocking scenes at a hospital in Abu Salim where doctors have fled – abandoning the injured and leaving the dead to decompose.
Tripoli hospital struggling as bodies keep coming
Alex is Thomson says that bodies piling up in Tripoli’s Al Zawiya Hospital the day after Gaddafi’s Bab al-Aziziya compound was stormed by rebels.
Journalists freed from Rixos hotel in Tripoli
All foreign journalists are released from the Rixos hotel in the Libyan capital Tripoli, after being trapped there by pro-Gaddafi forces.
The war is not over in Tripoli yet
Alex Thomson reports from one of the main roads into Tripoli, where some areas are peaceful but there are still pockets of fierce fighting.