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Libya’s detainees: No proper legal access – Video


28-11-2011 13:18 A United Nations report says Libya’s rebels are holding about 7000 detainees without access to legal process.

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Libya displays evidence of cluster bombs – Video


25-11-2011 01:00 In Misrata, a coastal city that saw some of the fiercest fighting during the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi this spring, residents can now peruse evidence of the weapons used against them. Among the shells and canisters from Britain, France, Russia, Serbia and others are Spanish-made MAT-120 “mortar cargo bombs,” a cluster munition that became infamous when journalists and Human Rights Watch discovered its use by Gaddafi’s forces during Misrata’s siege

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Kids of New Libya: New values for ‘green’ minds – Video


18-12-2011 08:11 Libya’s record high 90 per cent literacy rate, one of the undeniable achievements of the ousted Colonel Gaddafi, is now being challenged by the controversial education policies of the new leaders. Revolution fever has subsided, but not all Libyan kids are coming back to school.

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Witness – Holding the Line: Libya – Video


14-12-2011 00:47 Witness joins a group of Libyan rebel fighters defending the frontline in Misrata and uncovers an extraordinary portrait of ordinary men at war.

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Tripoli clash highlights Libya’s challenges – Video


11-12-2011 16:00 One person has died in a gun battle near the international airport in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, between a brigade calling itself “Libya’s National Army” and former rebels who control the airport. The clashes came on the same day as the country’s governing National Transitional Council (NTC) held its first conference on national reconciliation. The NTC has given armed groups in Tripoli until December 31 to disarm and leave the city.

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Egypt and Libya hope for a positive year ahead – Video


01-01-2012 12:35 Egypt and Libya hope for a positive year ahead

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Total Ignorance: Where’s Libya, Iraq or Iran? NYC doesn’t care! – Video


01-01-2012 09:59 The men and women hoping to become the next President of the US appear to spend as much time demonstrating their ignorance of the world, as they do their political credentials.

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Libya rebels go gunning for Syria to topple Assad – Video


01-01-2012 09:03 Former Libyan rebels are now chanting for Syrians to follow their revolutionary path. Hundreds of mercenaries, some of whom are said to be former terrorists, are ready to pick up arms again to help overthrow President Assad.

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RT’s 10 that shaped 2011: Libya War, Gaddafi’s Death – Video


25-12-2011 02:43 The violent ousting of Libya’s Colonel Gaddafi, with some NATO help, was arguably the definining event of the Arab world’s shifting sands this year. RT’s Maria Finoshina travelled inside Libya throughout the year, talking to both Gaddafi family members and rebels

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Libya’s detainees: No proper legal access – Video




28-11-2011 13:18 A United Nations report says Libya’s rebels are holding about 7000 detainees without access to legal process.

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Libya displays evidence of cluster bombs – Video




25-11-2011 01:00 In Misrata, a coastal city that saw some of the fiercest fighting during the uprising against Muammar Gaddafi this spring, residents can now peruse evidence of the weapons used against them. Among the shells and canisters from Britain, France, Russia, Serbia and others are Spanish-made MAT-120 “mortar cargo bombs,” a cluster munition that became infamous when journalists and Human Rights Watch discovered its use by Gaddafi’s forces during Misrata’s siege

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Kids of New Libya: New values for ‘green’ minds – Video




18-12-2011 08:11 Libya’s record high 90 per cent literacy rate, one of the undeniable achievements of the ousted Colonel Gaddafi, is now being challenged by the controversial education policies of the new leaders. Revolution fever has subsided, but not all Libyan kids are coming back to school.

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Witness – Holding the Line: Libya – Video




14-12-2011 00:47 Witness joins a group of Libyan rebel fighters defending the frontline in Misrata and uncovers an extraordinary portrait of ordinary men at war.

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Tripoli clash highlights Libya’s challenges – Video




11-12-2011 16:00 One person has died in a gun battle near the international airport in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, between a brigade calling itself “Libya’s National Army” and former rebels who control the airport. The clashes came on the same day as the country’s governing National Transitional Council (NTC) held its first conference on national reconciliation. The NTC has given armed groups in Tripoli until December 31 to disarm and leave the city.

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Egypt and Libya hope for a positive year ahead – Video




01-01-2012 12:35 Egypt and Libya hope for a positive year ahead

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Total Ignorance: Where’s Libya, Iraq or Iran? NYC doesn’t care! – Video




01-01-2012 09:59 The men and women hoping to become the next President of the US appear to spend as much time demonstrating their ignorance of the world, as they do their political credentials.

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Libya rebels go gunning for Syria to topple Assad – Video




01-01-2012 09:03 Former Libyan rebels are now chanting for Syrians to follow their revolutionary path. Hundreds of mercenaries, some of whom are said to be former terrorists, are ready to pick up arms again to help overthrow President Assad.

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RT’s 10 that shaped 2011: Libya War, Gaddafi’s Death – Video




25-12-2011 02:43 The violent ousting of Libya’s Colonel Gaddafi, with some NATO help, was arguably the definining event of the Arab world’s shifting sands this year. RT’s Maria Finoshina travelled inside Libya throughout the year, talking to both Gaddafi family members and rebels

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