The abduction of two key leaders of a Libyan opposition group with the assistance of MI6 a decade ago left the group in disarray and led to outside influences pushing it towards an Al-Qaeda-inspired agenda, an intelligence assessment concludes.
Two Islamic State-affiliated gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the Libyan capital of Tripoli. They took hostages and killed at least eight people, including an American and a Frenchman, before committing suicide with explosives.
Propaganda. At its best – a wonderful German pop group of the 1980s who had their biggest hit with a track named ‘Duel’. At its worst – the comments of the new BBG chief Andrew Lack, which put RT in the same category of ‘challenges’ as ISIS.
Links between British intelligence agencies and Colonel Gaddafi’s government were much more extensive than previously thought, new documents reveal, with the UK shown to have used information gained from suspects allegedly tortured in Libya.
A man suspected of being a terrorist and scheduled to go on trial in a matter of days has died in New York. Captured by the US in Libya in 2013, he was being held on charges of participating in US embassy bombings in 1998.
NATO intervention in Libyan internal affairs damaged the political and economic structure of the country and caused fighting, killing, and the disruption of oil production, Dr. Mamdouh Salameh, oil and energy consultant to the World Bank told RT.
There is evidence the UK elite and secret services were covering up their involvement in a CIA program which included torture and war crimes, and is the biggest scandal to come out of the 9/11 attacks, British journalist Tony Gosling told RT.
Five years on from President Barack Obama scooping a Nobel Peace Prize, and the White House has taken anything but a Zen approach to foreign policy under his watch. Here are the top 5 not-so-peaceful moves the laureate has made in the past half-decade.
The bloody conflicts in Iraq, Syria and Libya are the result of the interference by the US, which wants to gain control over the rich natural resources of those countries, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir told RT.