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Radio flourishing in post-Gadhafi Libya

New radio stations run by young volunteers broadcast everything from music and comedy shows, to how to treat captured Qaddafi soldiers.

Gadhafi’s son accused of war crimes, mass killing in Libya

Cartoon about national security

When it comes to spying, everyone is in everyone else’s business

Global Scan

In Gaddafi’s hometown of Sirte, mixed feelings on ‘free’ Libya

New documentary seeks an end to AIDS in black America

Arts, Culture & Media

BBC reporter who stayed in Libya through civil war releases new book

Arts, Culture & Media

Rana Jawad lived in Libya for years before the country was ripped apart by civil war and the Arab Spring. So when most western journalists pulled out, Jawad stayed. She reported on-air until that became impossible, but continued to report online until Gaddafi was killed. She’s realeased a book with her story.

Libyan government trying to recover assets from toppled dictator Gaddafi

As Libya moves into a post-Moammar Gaddafi world, the government is trying to recover the assets that Gaddafi had stashed overseas for his own, personal fain. They’re working, for example, to seize a luxury mansion in the U.K.

Investigation uncovers unacknowledged civilian casualties from NATO’s Libyan strikes

A New York Times investigation found that between 40 and 70 Libyan civilians were killed during the NATO-led bombing campaign that ultimately helped oust Muammar Gaddafi from power.

Libya struggling to gain control of thousands of illegal guns in homes

In the aftermath of the overthrow of Moammar Gaddafi, Libya is trying to get guns and heavy weaponry off the streets. So far, it hasn’t proved easy.

Libya’s schools trying to reform pro-Gadhafi curriculum

With Moammar Gadhafi out of power, efforts turn to reforming the systems he built, not the least of which is Libya’s schools. The national curriculum, very pro-Gadhafi, is being revised to be more accurate.