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Libya Fighting Displaces Thousands

Libya Fighting Displaces Thousands

Reports out of the UN about the effects of the fighting in Lybia have raised estimates of displaced citizens from about 100,000 to 290,000. Friday the UN High Commission for Refugee Affairs (UNHCR) gave warnings of a new wave of thousands of people being displaced from their homes as fighting is taking place in 29 […]

Libya Out as Host of African Cup of Nations

Libya Out as Host of African Cup of Nations

The violence that has been a plague for Libya has forced the country to give up hosting the African Cup of Nations football tournament in 2017. The decision was made over security concerns in the unstable African nation and was not a surprise. Since the 2011 overthrowing of Moammar Gadhafi, violence has taken hold of […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for July 31, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for July 31, 2014

The world news daily digest update from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 31, 2014 covers the stories from Iraq, Libya and India. In Iraq, a Hezbollah commander has reportedly been killed. Libya is on the brink of self-destruction, as the fighting intensifies in the region. In a small village in India, a landslide caused by a […]

World News: GLV Daily Digest for July 29, 2014

World News: GLV Daily Digest for July 29, 2014

The world news daily digest update from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 29, 2014 provides coverage of the fuel depot fire in Libya. Meanwhile, China investigates its former security chief, Zhou Yongkang.  The Ukraine crisis spills into sports, as United Kingdom lawmakers demand Russia to be stripped of the 2018 World Cup. Fire in Libya Threatens Lives […]

Libya Shuts U.S. Embassy Fearing Violence

Libya Shuts U.S. Embassy Fearing Violence

For the past few weeks Tripoli, Libya has experienced political unrest and clashes between rebel militia groups involving bombs and incessant fighting for control. The U.S. Embassy in Libya has had to be shut for the second time in three years, fearing violence near the compound that threatened the safety of the diplomats. It is reported […]

Benghazi Investigation Continues

Benghazi Investigation Continues

Benghazi is a name that has been floating around the US media for two years now with much controversy surrounding the events of September 11, 2012. As the Benghazi investigation continues what is known for sure is that at 9:40 pm a group of well armed attackers began an assault against the American diplomatic building […]

Hillary Rodham Clinton on Benghazi

Hillary Rodham Clinton on Benghazi

A possible presidential hopeful in the 2016 election, former Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, recently gave an interview with Diane Sawyer of ABC News about the September 11, 2012 attack in Libya on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi. Four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, were killed in the attack. An investigation disclosed that […]

Rogue General in Libya Leads His Own War Against Islamists

Rogue General in Libya Leads His Own War Against Islamists

A rogue General in Libya is leading his own war in an unauthorized campaign against Islamist groups in the country, using government aircraft and troops to carry out large scale attacks in Benghazi and elsewhere. Major General Khalifa Haftar, who came out of exile in the U.S. to lead ground forces in the 2011 NATO-sponsored […]

Libya Interim Prime Minister Steps Down Under Violent Threat

Libya Interim Prime Minister Steps Down Under Violent Threat

For nearly 42 years, Dictator Moammar Gadhafi ruled Libya with an iron fist and extreme brutality which supported international terrorism and violated the human rights of his own citizens. In 2011 he was toppled during the civil war, following the start of the Arab Spring earlier that year, and he was murdered in October by […]

Navy SEALs Seize a North Korean Flagged Tanker

Navy SEALs Seize a North Korean Flagged Tanker

  Navy SEALs seize a North Korean flagged tanker. In a predawn raid, two dozen Navy SEALs seized a North Korean flagged oil tanker off the coast of Cyprus. The Navy had shadowed the ship since its departure from the Libyan port of Sidra. Approaching the tanker in sea boats from the U.S.S. Roosevelt, a […]

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