Tag Archives | Moammar Gadhafi

From Libya to Mali: Triumphs and Consequences

Bonny Ibhawoh, associate professor at McMaster University, describes how a lack of international action in post-Gadhafi Libya has exacerbated the conflict in Mali.

MacKay Underestimated Libya Cost by $300 M

Well, at least we won, kinda.

Libya Bans Religious, Tribal Political Parties

But where that leaves the largest Muslim party in Libya is uncertain.

Libya Celebrates Anniversary of Benghazi Uprising

Feb. 17 was the beginning of the end of the Gadhafi regime.

The Difference a Year Makes

Last February, the Security Council authorized military intervention in Libya. China and Russia made sure this week that the same will not happen in Syria.

Concerns of Torture Grow in Post-Gadhafi Libya

Loose oversight of Libya’s prisons and militias has international NGOs sounding the alarm over retribution.

Gadhafi Loyalists Reclaim City

Three months after the death of Moammar Gadhafi, cracks appear in the Transitional National Council’s rule.

Omar al-Bashir Offers Assistance to NTC

The Sudanese President also applauds Libya for ousting its unjust leader.

Gadhafi’s Son Owns $1.5M Toronto Condo

Property records show just what kind of person would want to live in CityPlace.

Canadian Allegedly Led Attempt to Smuggle Gadhafi’s Son to Mexico

Al-Saadi Gadhafi had been a pro soccer player and head of Libyan special forces before fleeing for Niger.