Gulf states back US Libya plans, but at a price?
Is the support of a number of Arab countries to help with US plans to oust Gaddafi in return for a go-ahead to smash Shi’a protests in Bahrain, considered to be ‘the backdoor for Iran’ to get influence?
Why Libyan rebels' claims should not go unchallenged
Truth is the first casualty of war – and in the case of the Libyan conflict, we should be more sceptical about some of the claims being made by the anti-Gaddafi forces, blogs Alex Thomson
Libya crisis: the unreal bubble of Tripoli
Jonathan Rugman encounters a bubble of unreality in Tripoli, Libya, where the revolution has and yet has not taken hold, and misinformation is the order of the day.
Suffering of refugees in Muammar Gaddafi's Libya
Here’s an African love story. Adebe married her childhood sweetheart, Daniel, in Addis Ababa when she was 22. The trouble was, although Daniel was born in Ethiopia, he was of Eritrean stock, and when the two countries went to war, he was deported to Asmara, the Eritrean capital, where he was forced to join the…