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Tag: Libya

Transparency is a stranger to Labour on the Megrahi issue

Derek Bateman reflects on the troubling tale of Labour, Libya and the Megrahi case With an election looming, it’s worth reminding ourselves of what Labour...

The Arab Spring: We need to offer assistance to our...

By Alyn Smith  In Strasbourg this week we had a sobering moment of clarity in just how big  the gap sometimes is between the...

Blair challenged over claims Megrahi was ‘excluded’ from Prisoner Transfer Agreement

By a Newsnet reporter  Tony Blair’s version of events over the Prisoner Transfer Agreement he hatched with Colonel Gaddafi has been challenged after he...

Megrahi conviction was a “politically motivated crusade”

By a Newsnet reporter  Lockerbie campaigner Dr Jim Swire, whose daughter Flora perished in the tragedy, has claimed that the conviction of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi...

Hounding the innocent and dancing on the graves of the dead

by G.A.Ponsonby  These last few days the conflict in Libya has dominated the airwaves.  The awful dictator Muammar Gadaffi has been removed from power...

BBC reporter admits ‘I feared the worst’ as foreign journalists freed...

by G.A.Ponsonby  Freed BBC reporter Mathew Price has admitted that he feared for his life after gunmen loyal to Colonel Gaddafi stormed the hotel...

EU prepares to unfreeze Libyan assets

The European Union's foreign policy chief has announced that the 27-nation bloc is preparing to release Libyan assets as soon as the United Nations...

The end of a dictator – Gaddafi’s last days

by G.A.Ponsonby  Colonel Gaddafi’s days as leader of Libya looked to be over last night after rebels swept through the former dictator’s Tripoli stronghold. The...

Libya: ‘Zero hour’ for Gaddafi as rebels advance on Tripoli

by a Newsnet reporter Amidst widespread rumours and counter-claims, reports early on Sunday morning suggested that the Libyan rebels had taken control of districts...

NATO intensifies attack on Libya

Early yesterday morning, NATO aircraft struck at least 15 targets in central Tripoli in an ongoing attempt to force Muammar Gaddafi from power. ...