Libyans on Wednesday marked the 10th anniversary of their 2011 uprising that led to the overthrow and killing of longtime ruler Moammar Gadhafi.
Reporter Marine Olivesi, a frequent contributor from Libya, was the first western journalist to view Gaddafi's corpse. She told us about her surreal hunt to find the dictator's remains and about the return to normalcy in the city of Misrata.
A year after the uprising broke up in the Libyan town of Misrata, officials are holding the country's first free democratic elections. Marine Olivesi reports from Misrata.
Fighting is continuing in Libya, despite the rebels' entry into the capital, Tripoli.
Libyan rebel forces overtake the capital of Tripoli, battling with loyalists to Col. Gadhafi.
The Libyan government denies reports that Moammar Gadhafi's son was killed in NATO airstrike Friday.
Libyans are writing their own musical soundtrack to the war, expressing themselves in ways forbidden under the regime, and painting anti-Gaddafi murals and cartoons.
As Gaddafi's forces pull back from the Libyan city, Misrata, the scale of their atrocities against the civilian population is becoming clear. Anchor Lisa Mullins gets details from Marie Colvin of Britain's Sunday Times from Misrata.
Rebels in the port city of Misrata said they took over the local airport. The European Union announced it's to open an office in Benghazi. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Maja Kocijancic, spokesperson for the EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs.
The Libyan port city of Misrata is still under siege. Marie Colvin, a correspondent for the Sunday Times of London, tells anchor Lisa Mullins about the chaos at the port where panicked residents have attempted to board rescue ships amid heavy shelling.