By Bill Van Auken, December 21, 2012
The disciplining of four State Department officials and the report issued by the inquiry into the attack on US facilities in Benghazi, Libya amount to an official coverup of the real issues involved.
By Julie Hyland, December 18, 2012
The British government has agreed to pay £2.23 million to Libyan Sami al-Saadi and his family, who were kidnapped with the aid of MI6 and rendered to Tripoli.
By Patrick Martin, November 24, 2012
Their purpose was to conceal the connections between the US intelligence apparatus and gunmen linked to Al Qaeda.
By Bill Van Auken, October 17, 2012
The White House is considering drone strikes and Special Forces raids in retaliation for the fatal September 11 attack on US facilities in Benghazi, Libya.
By Bill Van Auken, September 25, 2012
The September 11 attack that claimed the life of the US ambassador to Libya and three other Americans disrupted a major CIA operation in the North African country.
By Alex Lantier, September 22, 2012
US officials believe the Benghazi attack is the work of Al Qaeda-linked forces backed by Washington during last year’s war in Libya.
By Bill Van Auken, September 14, 2012
The death of the U.S. ambassador to Libya is a consequence of the bloody and murderous role of imperialism in that region and throughout the world.
By Alex Lantier, September 14, 2012
Protests at US embassies against an anti-Islamic video are a devastating popular verdict on the policies of the US government in the Middle East.
By Bill Van Auken, September 13, 2012
The killing of Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other US personnel in the storming of the US consulate in Benghazi is by all appearances a case of the chickens coming home to roost.
By Jean Shaoul, Chris Marsden, July 11, 2012
The elections for a new General National Congress in Libya are an attempt to provide a “democratic” façade for an authoritarian and undemocratic government, subservient to the interests of the major Western powers, corporations and banks.
By Jean Shaoul, July 7, 2012
Libya goes to the polls today to choose a 200-seat General National Congress to replace the National Transitional Council (NTC).
By Mike Head, June 18, 2012
The NATO powers are determined to get their hands on Saif Gaddafi, who possesses details of the lucrative ties established between his father’s inner circle and the Western powers between 2004 and 2010.