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Chaos in Libya is setting the stage for an ISIS comeback

Six years after Muammar Gaddafi’s fall in 2011, fighting between rival government and militias has plunged Libya into anarchy, creating a vacuum for groups like ISIS to move into. Last year, ISIS took
How Britain did Gaddafi’s dirty work

How Britain did Gaddafi’s dirty work

Secret papers show how far MI6 went to please Libya’s ruthless intelligence agents – including helping to kidnap the dictator’s enemies. By Ian CobainFive days after 9/11, early on a Sunday evening, a
Failure to publish Gaddafi report casts doubt on intelligence oversight | Letters

Failure to publish Gaddafi report casts doubt on intelligence oversight | Letters

Peter Gill calls for the parliamentary intelligence and security committee to be reconstitutedIan Cobain (How Britain did Gaddafi’s dirty work, 9 November) reminds us of the structural inadequacy of
State neglect and poverty in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula led to the nation’s deadliest terror attack

State neglect and poverty in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula led to the nation’s deadliest terror attack

At least 305 people were killed after militants detonated bombs and opened fire in a crowded mosque in the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt—resulting in what…
Macron visits Africa amid anger over human trafficking and slavery

Macron visits Africa amid anger over human trafficking and slavery

Fears that French president’s trip this week will be overshadowed by CNN’s revelations of apparent slave auctions in LibyaThe French president, Emmanuel Macron, will start a four-day visit to Africa
How Britain did Gaddafi’s dirty work – podcast

How Britain did Gaddafi’s dirty work – podcast

Secret papers show how far MI6 went to please Libya’s ruthless intelligence agents – including helping to kidnap the dictator’s enemies• Read the text version hereSubscribe via Audioboom, iTunes,
After six years in jail, Gaddafi's son Saif plots return to Libya's turbulent politics

After six years in jail, Gaddafi's son Saif plots return to Libya's turbulent politics

Gaddafi, freed in June after being held since the 2011 uprising, is planning a comeback – and experts say he could benefit if elections take place next yearSaif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of the former
2018 is when something finally gives on North Korea

2018 is when something finally gives on North Korea

North Korea has long been one of the most secretive nations in the world, and making predictions about it has, correspondingly, long been inadvisable. Keeping…
UK court grants £1m bail to man arrested over Sarkozy-Gaddafi inquiry

UK court grants £1m bail to man arrested over Sarkozy-Gaddafi inquiry

French police seeking Alexandre Djouhri for questioning over alleged financing of presidential election campaign by dictatorA French businessman wanted for questioning in relation to an inquiry into

History suggests Netanyahu’s dramatic drone wreckage prop won’t help his cause

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu punctuated a speech at an international security conference on Feb. 18 by brandishing what he claimed was a piece of…
Extent of UK cooperation with Gaddafi revealed

Extent of UK cooperation with Gaddafi revealed

Previously secret documents discovered in Tripoli shed fresh light on MI6’s links with Tripoli and Tony Blair’s role The global extent of MI6’s cooperation with Muammar Gaddafi and Tony Blair’s
Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over Gaddafi allegations

Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody over Gaddafi allegations

French ex-president questioned over claims Libyan regime gave his election campaign €50mThe former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been taken into police custody to be questioned over allegations
Former French Prez Sarkozy Detained over Alleged Millions Received from Libya’s Gaddafi

Former French Prez Sarkozy Detained over Alleged Millions Received from Libya’s Gaddafi

Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is being questioned by police in connection with allegations that he received 50 million euros from Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi to finance his 2007
Nicolas Sarkozy faces formal investigation over alleged Libya funding

Nicolas Sarkozy faces formal investigation over alleged Libya funding

France’s ex-president is accused of receiving €50m in campaign funds from Muammar Gaddafi The former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has been placed under formal investigation for illegal campaign
Nicolas Sarkozy denies 'crazy, monstrous' Libya funding allegations

Nicolas Sarkozy denies 'crazy, monstrous' Libya funding allegations

French ex-president says there is no proof he received millions in illegal election campaigning The former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has denounced allegations that he received millions of euros
In the Belhaj case, Britain set aside the rule of law and moral principles | Will Hutton

In the Belhaj case, Britain set aside the rule of law and moral principles | Will Hutton

Abdel Hakim Belhaj got his apology, but we still lost the moral high ground It was one of the most shaming, self-abasing apologies ever made in the House of Commons, indeed arguably in any western
UK government trying to block release of files exposing Gaddafi links

UK government trying to block release of files exposing Gaddafi links

Lawyers to call for FoI request to be rejected days after apology for Abdel Hakim Belhaj renditionGovernment lawyers are attempting to prevent documents that detail the relationship between the
Donald Trump's threat to Kim Jong-un: make a deal or suffer same fate as Gaddafi

Donald Trump's threat to Kim Jong-un: make a deal or suffer same fate as Gaddafi

Asked about ‘Libya model’, Trump says: ‘That model … was total decimation. That model would take place if we don’t make a deal’Donald Trump has threatened Kim Jong-un with the same fate as Muammar
The Guardian view on North Korea: no art as Trump seeks deal | Editorial

The Guardian view on North Korea: no art as Trump seeks deal | Editorial

The US president boasts of a possible peace deal with North Korea, but the prospects of success at next month’s planned summit in Singapore look worse than everIt is not clear whether Donald Trump set
Part Two: Qaddafi: His Bizarre Sci-Fi Stories, Childhood Hate Crimes and Amazonian Bodyguard Fetish

Part Two: Qaddafi: His Bizarre Sci-Fi Stories, Childhood Hate Crimes and Amazonian Bodyguard Fetish

Robert is joined again by David Bell and they continue discuss the insane life of the controversial former leader of Libya, Muammar Qaddafi.