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Interpol alert on jail breaks: Did Al Qaeda free hundreds of terror suspects?Interpol issued a global alert on Saturday asking member countries to help track hundreds of terrorism suspects who escaped in a wave of prison breaks over the past month - including in Iraq, Pakistan and Libya - and requesting assistance in determining whether any of the operations "are coordinated or linked."Libya: Al-Gaddafi Loyalists At Risk of 'Revenge' Death SentencesHundreds of former soldiers and supporters of Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi are at increased risk of the death penalty, said Amnesty International, following the sentencing of a former minister in al-Gaddafi's government to death.Libyan deputy PM resigns citing ‘policy failure’ after string of assassinationsLibya’s deputy prime minister says he has resigned due to failed government policies and deterioration of security following a string of assassinations.Libya's turmoil revealed in feud for custody of Gaddafi's sonHis impending trial, whenever and wherever it may be, will be emblematic of who has the real power on the ground - the frontline rebels who fought Gaddafi's forces or Tripoli's politicians, who already face increasing popular discontent.Libya's turmoil revealed in feud for custody of Gaddafi's sonHis impending trial, whenever and wherever it may be, will be emblematic of who has the real power on the ground - the frontline rebels who fought Gaddafi's forces or Tripoli's politicians, who already face increasing popular discontent.Was Benghazi CIA Annex Running Guns To Syrian Rebels?The Libyan Lie: Dozens more CIA operatives were on the ground in Benghazi than previously acknowledged. Were they running guns to Syrian rebels? And why are they and their families now being intimidated?Al-Qaida threat cited in global warningWASHINGTON — The United States issued a global travel warning to Americans Friday about the threat of an al-Qaida attack and closed 21 embassies and consulates across the Muslim world for the weekend.
The alert was the first of its kind since an announcement preceding the tenth anniversary
'More specific' threat of al-Qaida attack prompts US to warn American travelers to be extra cautiousThe Harry S. Truman Building, headquarters for the State Department, is seen in Washington, in this March 9, 2009 file photo. The United States issued an extraordinary global travel warning to Americans Friday Aug.Car bomb wounds Libyan police officerSecurity official says Benghazi attack shows police and army officers are under surveillance in eastern region.CIA accused of 'pure intimidation' to silence agents on Benghazi: reportsCentral Intelligence Agency operatives on the ground during the Sept.Benghazi survivors subjected to monthly polygraphs to prevent leaks to CongressA man touches evidence during an informal tour for journalists.

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Terror threat prompts U.S. embassy closures overseasWashington (CNN) -- A terror threat prompted the State Department on Thursday to direct its embassies in key Middle East nations, including Egypt and Israel, to close on Sunday with the possibility they could remain idle longer.Exclusive: Dozens of CIA operatives on the ground during Benghazi attackCNN has uncovered exclusive new information about what is allegedly happening at the CIA, in the wake of the deadly Benghazi terror attack.In Libya, They Really Are Out to Get YouTRIPOLI — This is an interesting time to be in Libya. I arrived just a few days ago, but my brief stay has already been checkered by assassinations, bombings, angry political protests, and at least one mass jailbreak. None of these things happened in my immediate vicinity, though, so it's all felt rather far away.Biden meets with lawmakers on embassy securityWASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden has met with top lawmakers to discuss security for American embassies and diplomats.Libya premier decides not to reshuffle governmentLibyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said on Wednesday he had decided not to carry out an announced cabinet reshuffle aimed at resolving a political crisis and ending a wave of violence.Libya Parliament appoints new army chief of staffLibyan Parliament has appointed Colonel Abdul Salam Jad Allah al-Salheen as the new military chief of staff in the North African country.Libya security forces defuse 12 bombs in Tripoli: Interior MinistryLibya’s Interior Ministry says security forces have defused 12 bombs planted in a vehicle outside a hotel in the capital Tripoli.Libya oil exports plunge amid protestsLIBYAN oil exports have plunged by more than 70 per cent after protesters forced the closure of shipping terminals, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan says.The killing of Abdelsalam al-Mismari, and the triumph of fear in LibyaUnder Gaddafi we were afraid of the state; now its weakness imperils all we have achievedFormer Gadafy minister given death sentenceCourt finds Ahmed Ibrahim guilty of plotting to kill civilians and undermining securityBomb wounds former policeman in Libya's BenghaziA former police sergeant and his three-year old son have been wounded in a car bomb attack in Benghazi, Libya’s second largest city.

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