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    6 August 2015

    NATO bombing of Libya in 2011

Four years since the 2011 NATO intervention in Libya, the country is in turmoil with two competing governments, an economy in free fall, a humanitarian crisis, and growing militant insurgencies wreaking havoc on the population.

Opinion: Tormenting Libya

The 2011 NATO intervention in Libya, which brutally ousted Muammar Gadaffi, was part of a “long-standing strategy of the U.S., French and U.K. secret states to remove Gadaffi.” Soon after the toppling of King Idris in 1969, Gadaffi had become “the target of covert operations – many of them launched from Chad – by the French, Americans, Israelis and British.” Funds for the CIA-led secret war against Libya came from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Morocco, Israel and Iraq. Read More...

Infographic: The Human Cost of NATO Bombings

In Pictures: Before and After

teleSUR takes a look at illustrative photos of the political developments in Libya over the last 10 yars, and how the lives of Libyans have been affected by conflict, before and after. Click here

Aug 2005: Children walk past a poster of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, as Libya prepares to celebrate the 36th anniversary of the Libyan Revolution, which overthrew the monarchy in Tripoli. | Photo: EFE

Blog: Lessons from Libya's Destruction

No one genuinely concerned about defending progress towards an equitable, peaceful multi-polar world based on mutual respect between sovereign, autonomous nations and peoples should underestimate or forget the horror of what NATO did to Libya. Read More...

News: Gadhafi's Son Sentenced to Death

Similar sentences were handed down to eight other senior Gadhafi officials, said chief investigator at the Tripoli state prosecutor's office, Sadiq al-Sur, during a televised news conference in the capital. Read More...

News: Libya Used as Migrant Escape Point

Hundreds of migrants on their way to Europe are feared drowned after their boat capsized off the coast of Libya Wednesday. Read More...

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