French President François Hollande took strides to heal wounds between France and Algeria, but his recognition of “unjust” colonial history overlooks continued prejudice Algerian descendents still face in France.
When Muhammad bin Halim stepped out of his front door in Benghazi one September morning, he waved at his neighbor before walking toward his candy-apple-red Hyundai. When the head of the financial-crimes unit in the Libyan …
Ahmad Abu Khattallah has been linked to the incident again and again. But more than two months after, he has yet to be officially interrogated. TIME conducts several interviews with one of Benghazi’s most intriguing people
As the Benghazi episode takes center stage in Washington, questions loom over why the Libyans have bungled the investigation
French President François Hollande becomes the first Western leader to recognize the newly-formed coalition leadership of Syrian rebel forces, and ups pressure on other nations to follow his lead.
During the final presidential debate neither candidate wanted to spend much time discussing the tragedy in Libya. Why?
Based on interviews with Libyan guards and militia, TIME reconstructs what happened on the night the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was attacked, burned and looted.
One year after being cornered and killed by Libyan rebels, fallen dictator Muammar Gaddafi still casts a long shadow from the grave
A year after Libya’s long-ruling despot Muammar Gaddafi was cornered and killed by rebel forces, questions remain over the nature of his death and its legacy for the fractious, fledgling Libyan state
A hearing at the international court appears to indicate that the ICC and the Libyan government see eye-to-eye on the prosecution. But Saif’s defense cries foul
A year after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi’s tyranny, the oil-rich nation is teetering into a maelstrom of factionalism and extremism
Even as the FBI prepares to investigate the incident that led to the death of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, the consulate grounds may have been left unguarded for too long
Two prominent Libyans familiar with the terrorist group insist it was behind the assault that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens