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Libyan passenger plane diverted to Malta in "potential hijack situation"

This story is developing.

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A Truck Bomb at a Libyan Police Academy Kills More Than 60 — And ISIS Might Be Responsible

Will this prompt the international community to get involved?
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After Decades With Almost No Guns, Almost Every Libyan Household Has One

And it's created a serious problem.
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Syria Attack: Before We Decide Anything, Let's See How Libya Turned Out

John Kerry is distancing the U.S. role in Syria away from its intervention in Libya. But that country is now defined by the crash of the oil industry and militia violence.
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Chris Stevens Diary: Libyan Ambassador Knew He Was On Al-Qaeda Hit List Before Benghazi

According to Libyan Ambassador Chris Steven's diary, he knew he was on an Al-Qaeda hit list before the attacks on the Benghazi consulate which killed him and three others.
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Libya Benghazi Protests Show Public Opinion is Turning in Favor of US and Against Militias

Growing discontent with the mostly unchecked militia and the death of Ambassador Stevens has led to large scale protests on Friday in Benghazi.

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Gaddafi: A Successful Leader Gone

Join the debate: Though he was not a good man, was Gaddafi a successful leader?
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Getting Gaddafi Will Help the West Leave Libya

To avoid another Afghanistan, NATO operations in Libya should continue until Muammar Gaddafi is either captured or killed.
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Sidelining Libya's Women Will Hurt the Country's Future

After playing an integral role in the Libyan uprisings, it only seems pragmatic for women to be included in the country's reconstruction.
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How Art Reflects Dictatorships and Revolutions

The destruction of the art of dictators like Gaddafi and the accompanying creation of new, revolutionary art is a significant part of the process of political change.
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Political Feminism Will Pave Path For Libyan Democracy

Including more women in Libya's political process would help to plant the seeds of democracy for the country.

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Rebel Leader's Assassination Must Not Diminish Support for A Free Libya

A key rebel leader's death should not change the international community’s resolve to see a democratic Libya emerge.
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As Powers Disagree, the Libya Question Deepens

Diplomacy will end the conflict in Libya. A two state solution would be too costly, a pro-longed war counter-productive.
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Obama: Take Action Before the Rebels Lose Momentum in Libya

With its military might, the Libyan government seems to be recapturing momentum and defeating rebels. The Obama administration should act fast, before possibilities for change are dashed out.
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Exclusive Interview With Libyan Refugees (Part III)

In his third exclusive interview, Contributing Writer Nathan Lean caught up with a Libyan man who escaped to London, told his story, and sketched out a future for violence-stricken Libya.