Witnesses said gunmen went door to door asking if residents were Christian or Muslim
Gunmen reportedly fired on his car while headed to parliament
The designation is unlikely to settle the debate over al-Qaeda’s role in the attack that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens.
Al-Qaeda was not involved; Innocence of Muslims video motivated the initial assault
The four military personnel were believed to have been reviewing evacuation routes for diplomatic personnel
The violence began when militias fired on peaceful protesters who were demanding they leave the city.
A dozen reportedly injured amid heavy gunfire and blasts across the capital
Ali Zeidan blames the deteriorating security situation on ‘various parties’ in and outside the government
In the wake of the recent U.S. commando raid, the Prime Minister’s kidnapping reveals the extent of Libya’s dysfunction
In the days following U.S. comando raids in Libya and Somalia, new details emerge about the targets and how the operations unfolded
So, a Middle East strongman says he is ready to give up his chemical weapons, albeit under intense pressure from Western leaders, and the threat of being bombed. Can the West believe him?
In recent years, that question was …
The popular uprisings across the Arab world that began more than two and a half years ago transformed the politics of the region and ousted four entrenched leaders. But news that an Egyptian court has ordered the release from prison of former President Hosni Mubarak underscores the extent to which the glow of 2011’s upheavals has faded. …
Nearly three weeks after Egypt’s military forced the country’s President Mohamed Morsi out of office and jailed him and officials of his Muslim Brotherhood party, the explosive reaction on Cairo’s streets has brought death …