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Libya: Are journalists asking the right questions?

LONDON — Journalists who cover events on the battlefield in the midst of the fog of war inevitably see only part of the picture.

Gaddafi warns of long guerrilla war

"The aim is to kill the enemy wherever he may be, whether he be Libyan or foreign," Gaddafi says.

Libya: rebels extend surrender deadline

Leaders of Libya's interim government say they are making progress in hunting down Gaddafi. They are also targeting the top officials in his regime and captured the foreign minister.

Seif al-Islam vows not to surrender

Meanwhile, Libya's transitional government said its forces had cornered Gaddafi in Bani Walid, about 150 miles from Tripoli, and were pressuring him to give up.

Libya: ultimatum given to Gaddafi's loyalists

National Transitional Council head Mustafa Abdul Jalil said the ultimatum is targeted at Gaddafi's loyalists in Sirte, Gaddafi's hometown, and other towns, BBC reports. The interim leaders are trying to consolidate their power and hold over the country.

Libya: Where are the 50,000 missing prisoners? (GRAPHIC IMAGES)

TRIPOLI — Amnesty International has expressed grave concern over the lax measures to protect prison records in detention centers throughout the capital.

Raw Feed: Massacre in Tripoli

TRIPOLI — Gaddafi's capital may have fallen to the rebels, but the colonel's troops didn't leave without leaving behind an atrocity.

Raw Feed: Water shortages in Tripoli

TRIPOLI — Will the transitional government take charge soon enough? Or will the capital of Libya descend into chaos?

Gaddafi's female bodyguards claim they were raped: report

Since the early 1970s, Gaddafi had been constantly surrounded by his brigade of female bodyguards, known as his Amazonian guard.

Gaddafi offers to negotiate with Libya rebels

The British foreign secretary, William Hague, described Gaddafi's offer of negotiations as "delusional."
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