February 2012 - Libya Special Weapons News
- UN envoy: Libya can overcome challenges UN News Centre 29 Feb 2012 -- The top United Nations envoy to Libya expressed confidence that the North African nation will be able to overcome current difficulties.
- LIBYA: What the analysts are saying IRIN 29 Feb 2012 -- One year after a popular uprising toppled its former dictator, Libya’s new transitional government has failed to provide coherent state leadership and control.
- Tense conditions prevail in Libyan town after deadly ethnic clashes – UN UN News Centre 27 Feb 2012 -- The situation remains tense in the south-eastern Libyan town of Kufra.
- Libya: UN distributes relief supplies to victims of deadly ethnic clashes UN News Centre 24 Feb 2012 -- The United Nations is providing relief supplies to residents of the desert town of Kufra in south-eastern Libya.
- Notice - Continuation of the National Emergency with Respect to Libya The White House 23 Feb 2012
- Letter - Continuation of the National Emergency with Respect to Libya The White House 23 Feb 2012
- Statement by the Press Secretary on the First Anniversary of Libya’s Revolution The White House 17 Feb 2012
- Libyans Mark First Anniversary of Revolution VOA 17 Feb 2012 -- Libyans are celebrating the first anniversary of the revolution that led to the overthrow of former dictator Moammar Gadhafi's 42-year rule.
- Libyans Mark Anniversary Of Start Uprising That Toppled Qaddafi RFE/RL 17 Feb 2012 -- Libyans are marking the one-year anniversary of the start of the uprising that toppled the rule of Muammar Qaddafi after 42 years in power.
- Democratic future for Libya is within reach, Ban says on anniversary of revolution UN News Centre 17 Feb 2012 -- Secretary-General Ban marked one-year anniversary of the start of the Libyan revolution.
- Libyan Militias Accused of Targeting African Migrants VOA 16 Feb 2012 -- A human rights group says armed militias in Libya are fueling instability and committing rights abuses with impunity.
- Amnesty Accuses Libyan Militia Groups Of Committing Abuses RFE/RL 16 Feb 2012 -- Amnesty International says some of the militia groups who helped topple Muammar Qaddafi are now responsible for some of the country's worst rights abuses.
- UN welcomes official start of operations for Libyan electoral authorities UN News Centre 13 Feb 2012 -- The United Nations welcomed the official start of operations for Libya’s new electoral authorities.
- Libya Asks Niger To Extradite Qaddafi's Son RFE/RL 12 Feb 2012 -- Libya is demanding Niger hand over Saadi Qaddafi, one of the sons of former Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi.
- Niger Refuses to Extradite Gadhafi Son to Libya VOA 11 Feb 2012 -- Niger has refused to extradite to Libya the son of slain dictator Moammar Gadhafi, saying Saadi Gadhafi risks death in the country.
- Niger Refuses to Extradite Gaddafi’s Son Despite Libyan Demands RIA Novosti 11 Feb 2012 -- Niger will not extradite the deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s son, Saadi, despite the demands from Libyan authorities.
- Libya: UN calls for justice after killings of displaced persons UN News Centre 10 Feb 2012 -- The United Nations political mission for Libya tvoiced serious concern over the killing of 7 internally displaced persons.
- Libya: UN welcomes adoption of electoral laws UN News Centre 09 Feb 2012 -- The United Nations political mission in Libya welcomed the North African country’s adoption of new electoral laws.
- Human Rights Watch: Ex-Libya Official Dies After Torture RFE/RL 03 Feb 2012 -- Human Rights Watch says a Libyan diplomat who served under slain ruler Muammar Qaddafi appears to have died under torture.
- Rival Libyan Militias Battle In Tripoli RFE/RL 01 Feb 2012 -- Reports from Libya say a gun battle between rival militia groups erupted in central Tripoli on February 1.
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