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Italian navy rescues 4,400 migrants off Libya coastThe Italian navy organized the rescue of around 4,400 migrants in waters off the Libyan coast on Saturday, prompted by requests for help received from nearly two dozen boats, in one of the biggest multi-national operations so far.Partition of Libya looms as fight for oil sparks vicious new divideThe farcical battle between the Tripoli government and a rebel militia over the refuelling of a tanker laid bare the central role that oil is playing in the splits and tensions that bedevil the countryBenghazi attack was preventable, reports SenateA report released Wednesday painted a picture of shared blame across government agencies for the Benghazi attack that left four Americans dead. Senators criticized the Obama Administration for failing to hold those accountable responsibleIslamists demand fall of Libyan govt, end to oil blockadesDec 6 (Reuters) - Around 300 Islamists took to the streets of the Libyan port of Benghazi on Friday demanding the fall of the government and an end to strikes and sit-ins stopping crude exports - the first sign of public opposition to the blockades in the oil-rich east.Security increased for foreigners in eastern LibyaTRIPOLI, Libya (AP) - Security for foreign instructors was increased Friday after an American teacher was shot to death while jogging in Benghazi, amid fears that the death was not an isolated attackAmerican shot in Benghazi is allegedly CIA agent - Libyan sourcesSources within Libya, including intelligence sources within the Libyan Tribal system have reported that the American shot in Benghazi today Ronald Thomas Smith II was not a teacher as was widely reported.Beyond Benghazi: Libya faces converging crisesLibya's ongoing internal chaos briefly made world news Dec. 5 as a US national, a teacher at the Benghazi International School named Ronald SmithIraq Summons Libyan Ambassador Over Professor's KillingBaghdad has summoned Libya's ambassador to Iraq to protest the killing of an Iraqi professor by jihadists in the North African country, the foreign ministry said late on Thursday.UN Report: Torture Rampant in Libyan JailsUnited Nations investigators say torture is widespread in Libyan jails controlled by militias that joined forces two years ago to overthrow leader Moammar GadhafiLibya: 27 Tortured to Death in Jails Run by Militias, U.N. Report SaysTorture is widespread in Libyan jails run by militias that toppled the Qaddafi government in 2011, according to a United Nations report released Tuesday.Gaddafi ‘henchmen’ deny everythingMuammar Gaddafi’s former spymaster Abdullah al Senussi and a host of former regime officials have pled not guilty to accusations of murder and oppression in Tripoli in Libya’s biggest trial since the 2011 revolution.House Republicans sharply question chairmen of panel probing Benghazi attackHouse Republicans investigating last year’s deadly attack in Benghazi, Libya, on Thursday badgered a former U.N. ambassador and a former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman over their review of the Obama administration’s handling of the matter.Libya: Qaddafi’s Son Appears in a Tribal CourtSeif al-Islam el-Qaddafi, a son and the onetime political heir of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, appeared in a tribal court on Thursday after the militia holding him defied an order from the state to deliver him to the capital,State Dept.: FBI can't get into Benghazi to arrest suspectsLibya will allow reporters in but won't let the FBI into Benghazi to try to arrest those responsible for last year's attacks because the security situation is too tenuous, a senior State Department official told Congress on Wednesday.U.N. issues oil warning to LibyaUNITED NATIONS, Sept. 17 (UPI) -- Libya needs to resolve issues that are dramatically curtailing its oil export potential or risk going broke, the U.N. special envoy to the country said.Only an international force can save LibyaLibya’s lackadaisical prime minister is inching towards reality, but his awakening is too slow and is perhaps too late to prevent the country from slipping into the abyss.Libya appeals for help amid political, economic chaosLibya’s prime minister is reaching out for international help amid political turmoil and stunted oil exportation which has cost the country $130 million a day.Gaddafi’s son on trial as Tripoli defies HagueLIBYA comes face to face with its past this week as Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi’s son, Saif al-Islam, and his former spy chief Abdullah Senussi, go on trial for war crimes.UN: Libyan weapons being smuggled to SyriaNew York - The UN Security Council is hearing reports that caches of weapons and ammunition left over from the collapse of Muammar Gaddafi's Libyan regime are being flown and shipped into Syria.Libya’s biggest western oil field restarts, east in stalematePipelines at the Zueitina oil terminal in Zueitina, about 120 km west of Benghazi, July 18, 2013. Libya took the first steps toward restarting some ofTwo Years on, Libya’s Democratic Transition Faces ChallengesNew York, Sep 16 2013 - Two years after the fall of the authoritarian regime, Libya faces a number of challenges in ensuring that its democratic transition proceeds peacefully,Injury of an element of security in an attack by gunmen on a checkpoint in SousseSome Elemenst of police were injured when unidentified gunmen launched an attack on a checkpoint in the city of Sousse in the Green Mountain region

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