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# Libya

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Libyan man suspected in British policewoman's killing found dead
Unarmed policewoman Yvonne Fletcher was fatally injured during a protest outside the Libyan embassy in London in 1984.
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
A round-up of the day’s big stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed.
New granddaughter for Gaddafi after family flees to Algeria
Former UN Goodwill Ambassador Aisha Gaddafi, who was part of Saddam Hussein’s legal defence team in 2003, gave birth to a baby girl in Algeria today.
Libya demands return of Gaddafi family - and issues deadline for surrender
Rebel leaders want Gaddafi’s wife and three children to be returned by Algeria, where they fled yesterday.
Gaddafi family flees Libya for Algeria
His wife and three of his children have arrived in Algeria amid calls for them to be brought back to Libya to be tried before Libyan courts.
Gaddafi's family flees to Algeria
The Algerian government says that Gaddafi’s wife, daughter, sons and grandchildren crossed over the border today.
Libyan rebels can't find 'up to 50,000' political prisoners
The incoming administration says it can’t account for tens of thousands of people arrested for anti-Gaddafi protests.
Watch: Lockerbie bomber found 'in a coma' in Tripoli
CNN tracked down Abdel Baset Ali al-Megrah to his home in Tripoli where he appeared to be close to death.
Gaddafi offers to negotiate with rebels as shortages cripple Tripoli
Gaddafi’s spokesperson has said that the leader, whose whereabouts is unknown, is willing to enter power transfer talks.
Concern for conditions in Tripoli as horror of hospital in Abu Salim revealed
Conditions inside some parts of Tripoli are described as dreadful as concern grows for the humanitarian needs of people in the Libyan capital.
Gaddafi's last stand? NATO attacks suspected bunker in hometown
Tripoli celebrates – though clashes continue – while NATO forces pound what is believed to be Muammar Gaddafi’s last hideout.
Ireland contributes €100k to emergency medical supplies for Tripoli
Serious medical supply and staff shortages have left Tripoli hospitals unable to cope with the level of casualties from the Libyan conflict.
Libya's NTC moves to Tripoli as details of Gaddafi's bid to save regime revealed
New documents also reveal that Gaddafi’s adopted daughter, thought to have died 25 years ago, is alive.
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories and the bits and pieces you may have missed…
Libya: Battles rage in Gaddafi strongholds as missed chance to capture leader revealed
Tripoli is under rebel control but pockets of Libya remain in the hands of pro-Gaddafi forces as it’s revealed that rebels missed their chance to capture him on Wednesday.
Four Italian journalists freed in Libya - paper
Four journalists who were kidnapped near Zawiya on Wednesday have been released, says a Milan newspaper, where two of the reporters worked.
And how do you spell that? G.A.T.H.A.F.I.
Libyan rebels discover the elusive leader’s passport – and uncover the ‘correct’ spelling of his name.
Battles continue in Libya but still no sign of Gaddafi
Tripoli was reported to be much quieter overnight but still no sign of the embattled Muammar Gaddafi.
Rebels offer amnesty in attempt to hunt down Gaddafi
The rebels offer amnesty – and rewards of €1.4m – to anyone who captures the despot, whose whereabouts remain unknown.
Journalists freed from Tripoli hotel after Red Cross talks
Gaddafi loyalists release the group of 35, after crisis talks led by the Red Cross, after conditions at the Rixos deteriorated.
Libyan rebel leader to meet Sarkozy in Paris
One of the leaders of Libya’s National Transition Council is heading to France today for talks with President Nicolas Sarkozy, who is pushing for a role in post-war Libya .
Can bullets fired into the air kill you when they fall down?
As Libyan rebels celebrate by firing into the air, we’re wondering if all those falling bullets can have fatal consequences…
Muammar Gaddafi vows to fight on but is yet to be seen
Meanwhile, 35 journalists are trapped in a siege-like situations at the Rixos Hotel in Tripoli.
Video: Libyan rebels take Gaddafi compound - but no sign of Muammar
Smoke is rising this evening from the Bab al-Aiziya complex as rebels celebrate by firing into the air.
Oil prices step back up after dipping on Libyan rebel advances
As the rebel push for Tripoli stalls and Gaddafi remains elusive, analysts fear it will take longer to get Libyan oil production back on track.
Gaddafi's son reappears in Tripoli a day after his 'capture'
Seif al-Islam was reported to have been captured yesterday – but he appeared at the Rixos hotel in Tripoli yesterday, flashing the victory sign.
Meet the rebels: the government waiting for Gaddafi to tumble
The National Transitional Council is the only body able to fill the void – but can the rebel leaders be united once in power?
The Daily Fix: Monday
The battle for Tripoli rages on, the bishop of Cloyne breaks his silence, Ireland’s latest viral sensation and… can we turn light bulbs into wifi routers?
Libyan rebel leader claims capture of third Gaddafi son
Al-Saadi Gaddafi – a former professional footballer – was reportedly detained last night alongside one of his brothers.
Gilmore: rebel council "now the only authority in Libya"
The Tánaiste welcomes “what appears to be the end of the Gaddafi dictatorship in Libya” and urges Gaddafi to step down.