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LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1Y057
December 09, 2015
Nouri al-Warfali (L), 19, and Abdullah Al Adole, 20, spar during a boxing training session at one of...
Benghazi, Libya
Nouri al-Warfali and Abdullah Al Adole spar during a boxing training session in Benghazi
Nouri al-Warfali (L), 19, and Abdullah Al Adole, 20, spar during a boxing training session at one of the sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1Y04S
December 09, 2015
Nouri al-Warfali (R), 19, and Abdullah Al Adole, 20, spar during a boxing training session at one of...
Benghazi, Libya
Nouri al-Warfali and Abdullah Al Adole spar during a boxing training session in Benghazi
Nouri al-Warfali (R), 19, and Abdullah Al Adole, 20, spar during a boxing training session at one of sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZVL
December 09, 2015
Nouri al-Warfali, 19, attends a boxing training session at a sports club in Benghazi, Libya December...
Benghazi, Libya
Nouri al-Warfali, 19, attends a boxing training session at a sports club in Benghazi
Nouri al-Warfali, 19, attends a boxing training session at a sports club in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZVK
December 09, 2015
Hassan Dokali, 24, rests during a boxing training session at a sports club in Benghazi, Libya December...
Benghazi, Libya
Hassan Dokali, 24, rests during a boxing training session at a sports club in Benghazi
Hassan Dokali, 24, rests during a boxing training session at a sports club in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZTQ
December 09, 2015
Hassan Dokali 24 years takes a rest attends a boxing training session at the one of sports clubs in...
Benghazi, Libya
Hassan Dokali 24 years takes a rest attends a boxing training session at the one of sports clubs in...
Hassan Dokali 24 years takes a rest attends a boxing training session at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi,Libya . December 9, 2015.Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZTM
December 09, 2015
Hassan Dokali, 24, trains with a punching bag at a sports club in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing...
Benghazi, Libya
Hassan Dokali, 24, trains with a punching bag at a sports club in Benghazi
Hassan Dokali, 24, trains with a punching bag at a sports club in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZT9
December 09, 2015
Nouri al-Warfali (L), 19, practices with his coach Solomon Alchoudy, 62, (R) during a boxing training...
Benghazi, Libya
Nouri al-Warfali, 19, practices with his coach Solomon Alchoudy, 62, during a boxing training session...
Nouri al-Warfali (L), 19, practices with his coach Solomon Alchoudy, 62, (R) during a boxing training session at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZRJ
December 09, 2015
Boys wearing boxing gloves train with a punching bag at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December...
Benghazi, Libya
Boys wearing boxing gloves train with a punching bag at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi
Boys wearing boxing gloves train with a punching bag at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZRE
December 09, 2015
A boy takes a rest attends a boxing training session at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi,Libya ....
Benghazi, Libya
A boy takes a rest attends a boxing training session at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi
A boy takes a rest attends a boxing training session at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi,Libya . December 9, 2015.Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZPX
December 09, 2015
Athletes warm up during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015....
Benghazi, Libya
Athletes warm up during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi
Athletes warm up during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZPW
December 09, 2015
A boy (R) wearing boxing gloves trains with a punching bag at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya...
Benghazi, Libya
A boy wearing boxing gloves trains with a punching bag at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi
A boy (R) wearing boxing gloves trains with a punching bag at the one of sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya . December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZPT
December 09, 2015
Boxing gloves are placed on the ring during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya...
Benghazi, Libya
Boxing gloves are placed on the ring during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi
Boxing gloves are placed on the ring during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya . December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
LIBYA-SPORTS/
RTX1XZPS
December 09, 2015
Athletes warm-up during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015....
Benghazi, Libya
Athletes warm-up during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya
Athletes warm-up during boxing training in one of the sports clubs in Benghazi, Libya December 9, 2015. Boxing was previously banned in 1979 by former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
SCOTLAND-LOCKERBIE/LIBYA
RTS4S1B
October 16, 2015
Mohammed Abouajela Masud (2nd L) sits behind bars during a hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli November...
Tripoli, Libya
Mohammed Abouajela Masud sits behind bars during a hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli
Mohammed Abouajela Masud (2nd L) sits behind bars during a hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli November 16, 2014. Tripoli's government on October 16, 2015 named the two new Libyan suspects in the Lockerbie bombing investigation as Abdullah al-Senussi, the former spy chief of ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi, and a second man, Mohammed Abu Ejaila. No details were immediately available on the second suspect in the 1988 airline bombing that killed 270 people. But one person familiar with the case said Ejaila may also be known as Mohammed Abouajela Masud, a known bomb maker. Picture taken November 16, 2014. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
SCOTLAND-LOCKERBIE/LIBYA
RTS4S1A
October 16, 2015
Mohammed Abouajela Masud (2nd L) sits behind bars during a hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli November...
Tripoli, Libya
Mohammed Abouajela Masud sits behind bars during a hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli
Mohammed Abouajela Masud (2nd L) sits behind bars during a hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli November 16, 2014. Tripoli's government on October 16, 2015 named the two new Libyan suspects in the Lockerbie bombing investigation as Abdullah al-Senussi, the former spy chief of ousted leader Muammar Gaddafi, and a second man, Mohammed Abu Ejaila. No details were immediately available on the second suspect in the 1988 airline bombing that killed 270 people. But one person familiar with the case said Ejaila may also be known as Mohammed Abouajela Masud, a known bomb maker. Picture taken November 16, 2014. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
LIBYA-SECURITY/GADDAFI
RTX1NRBJ
August 10, 2015
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail...
Tripoli, Libya
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
LIBYA-SECURITY/GADDAFI
RTX1NR7C
August 10, 2015
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail...
Tripoli, Libya
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
LIBYA-SECURITY/GADDAFI
RTX1NR7A
August 10, 2015
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail...
Tripoli, Libya
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddaf inside Al- Hadba prison
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
LIBYA-SECURITY/GADDAFI
RTX1NR78
August 10, 2015
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail...
Tripoli, Libya
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli
Saadi Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, is seen inside Al-Hadba prison in Tripoli August 10, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1M48X
July 28, 2015
Former Gaddafi regime's officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli,...
Tripoli, Libya
Former Gaddafi regime's officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli
Former Gaddafi regime's officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya July 28, 2015. A Libyan court on Tuesday sentenced Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, and eight others to death for war crimes including killings of protesters during the 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule. The former Gaddafi regime officials sentenced to die by firing squad included former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi and ex-prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, Sadiq al-Sur, chief investigator at the Tripoli state prosecutor's office, told a televised news conference in Tripoli. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
 LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1M3ZF
July 28, 2015
Former Prime Minister of Gaddafi's regime, Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi (C), and other Gaddafi regime officials...
Tripoli, Libya
Former Prime Minister of Gaddafi's regime, Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, and other Gaddafi regime officials sit...
Former Prime Minister of Gaddafi's regime, Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi (C), and other Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya July 28, 2015. A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush peaceful protests during the country's 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule. The court also sentenced to death by firing squad eight other former Gaddafi regime officials including his former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi and ex-prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, on the same charges, said Sadiq al-Sur, chief investigator at the Tripoli state prosecutor's office. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny


 LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1M3WS
July 28, 2015
Former Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya...
Tripoli, Libya
Former Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli
Former Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya July 28, 2015. A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush peaceful protests during the country's 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule. The court also sentenced to death by firing squad eight other former Gaddafi regime officials including his former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi and ex-prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, on the same charges, said Sadiq al-Sur, chief investigator at the Tripoli state prosecutor's office. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
 LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1M3WQ
July 28, 2015
Former Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya...
Tripoli, Libya
Former Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli
Former Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya July 28, 2015. A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush peaceful protests during the country's 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule. The court also sentenced to death by firing squad eight other former Gaddafi regime officials including his former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi and ex-prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, on the same charges, said Sadiq al-Sur, chief investigator at the Tripoli state prosecutor's office. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny
 LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1M3NU
July 28, 2015
Former intelligence chief of Gaddafi's regime, Abdullah al-Senussisi (2nd row L), and other Gaddafi regime...
Tripoli, Libya
Former intelligence chief of Gaddafi's regime Abdullah al-Senussisi and other Gaddafi regime officials...
Former intelligence chief of Gaddafi's regime, Abdullah al-Senussisi (2nd row L), and other Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya July 28, 2015. A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush peaceful protests during the country's 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule. The court also sentenced to death by firing squad eight other former Gaddafi regime officials including his former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi and ex-prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, on the same charges, said Sadiq al-Sur, chief investigator at the Tripoli state prosecutor's office. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny


 LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1M3N8
July 28, 2015
Former Gaddafi regime's officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli,...
Tripoli, Libya
Former Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli
Former Gaddafi regime's officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya July 28, 2015. A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush peaceful protests during the country's 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule. The court also sentenced to death by firing squad eight other former Gaddafi regime officials including his former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi and ex-prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, on the same charges, said Sadiq al-Sur, chief investigator at the Tripoli state prosecutor's office. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny


 LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTX1M3N3
July 28, 2015
Former intelligence chief of Gaddafi's regime Abdullah al-Senussisi (C) and other Gaddafi regime officials...
Tripoli, Libya
Former intelligence chief of Gaddafi's regime Abdullah al-Senussisi and other Gaddafi regime officials...
Former intelligence chief of Gaddafi's regime Abdullah al-Senussisi (C) and other Gaddafi regime officials sit behind bars during a verdict hearing at a courtroom in Tripoli, Libya July 28, 2015. A Libyan court passed a death sentence in absentia on Muammar Gaddafi's most prominent son, Saif al-Islam, on Tuesday for war crimes and acts to crush peaceful protests during the country's 2011 revolution that ended his father's rule. The court also sentenced to death by firing squad eight other former Gaddafi regime officials including his former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi and ex-prime minister Baghdadi al-Mahmoudi, on the same charges, said Sadiq al-Sur, chief investigator at the Tripoli state prosecutor's office. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS
RTR4SGFG
March 07, 2015
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli March 4, 2015. Belhadj, an influential Islamist supporter of Libya's self-declared government, said United Nations talks were the only way to end the country's conflict, but signalled a deal would be hard while a rival government works with a former ally of Muammar Gaddafi. His remarks illustrate how support for U.N. sponsored negotiations may be complicated by divisions within the two loose alliances of Libyan forces now competing for power. Four years after the civil war that ousted Gaddafi, the North African country is caught up in conflict between two rival governments and their armed forces fighting to secure control over the OPEC member's oil wealth. To match story LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS Picture taken March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS
RTR4SGFF
March 07, 2015
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli March 4, 2015. Belhadj, an influential Islamist supporter of Libya's self-declared government, said United Nations talks were the only way to end the country's conflict, but signalled a deal would be hard while a rival government works with a former ally of Muammar Gaddafi. His remarks illustrate how support for U.N. sponsored negotiations may be complicated by divisions within the two loose alliances of Libyan forces now competing for power. Four years after the civil war that ousted Gaddafi, the North African country is caught up in conflict between two rival governments and their armed forces fighting to secure control over the OPEC member's oil wealth. To match story LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS Picture taken March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS
RTR4SGER
March 07, 2015
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli March 4, 2015. Belhadj, an influential Islamist supporter of Libya's self-declared government, said United Nations talks were the only way to end the country's conflict, but signalled a deal would be hard while a rival government works with a former ally of Muammar Gaddafi. His remarks illustrate how support for U.N. sponsored negotiations may be complicated by divisions within the two loose alliances of Libyan forces now competing for power. Four years after the civil war that ousted Gaddafi, the North African country is caught up in conflict between two rival governments and their armed forces fighting to secure control over the OPEC member's oil wealth. To match story LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS Picture taken March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS
RTR4SGEI
March 07, 2015
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli March 4, 2015. Belhadj, an influential Islamist supporter of Libya's self-declared government, said United Nations talks were the only way to end the country's conflict, but signalled a deal would be hard while a rival government works with a former ally of Muammar Gaddafi. His remarks illustrate how support for U.N. sponsored negotiations may be complicated by divisions within the two loose alliances of Libyan forces now competing for power. Four years after the civil war that ousted Gaddafi, the North African country is caught up in conflict between two rival governments and their armed forces fighting to secure control over the OPEC member's oil wealth. To match story LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS Picture taken March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS
RTR4SGEA
March 07, 2015
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Tripoli, Libya
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli...
Abdul Hakeem Belhadj, leader of the Al-Watan party, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli March 4, 2015. Belhadj, an influential Islamist supporter of Libya's self-declared government, said United Nations talks were the only way to end the country's conflict, but signalled a deal would be hard while a rival government works with a former ally of Muammar Gaddafi. His remarks illustrate how support for U.N. sponsored negotiations may be complicated by divisions within the two loose alliances of Libyan forces now competing for power. Four years after the civil war that ousted Gaddafi, the North African country is caught up in conflict between two rival governments and their armed forces fighting to secure control over the OPEC member's oil wealth. To match story LIBYA-SECURITY/TALKS Picture taken March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4OM54
February 07, 2015
Black smoke raises into the air near Benghazi port, where there are violent clashes, in Benghazi February...
Benghazi, Libya
Black smoke raises into the air near Benghazi port, where there are violent clashes, in Benghazi
Black smoke raises into the air near Benghazi port, where there are violent clashes, in Benghazi February 7, 2015. Armed factions allied to two rival governments controlling different parts of the country are fighting for control of Libya four years after the ousting of leader Muammar Gaddafi. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4OM1F
February 07, 2015
A member of the Libyan special forces walks with crutches along a street in an area with violent clashes,...
Benghazi, Libya
A member of the Libyan special forces walks with crutches along a street in an area with violent clashes...
A member of the Libyan special forces walks with crutches along a street in an area with violent clashes, in Benghazi February 6, 2015. Armed factions allied to two rival governments controlling different parts of the oil producer are fighting for control of Libya four years after the ousting of leader Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 6, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4OM0Z
February 07, 2015
A member of the Libyan special forces walks with crutches along a street in an area with violent clashes,...
Benghazi, Libya
A member of the Libyan special forces walks with crutches along a street in an area with violent clashes...
A member of the Libyan special forces walks with crutches along a street in an area with violent clashes, in Benghazi February 6, 2015. Armed factions allied to two rival governments controlling different parts of the oil producer are fighting for control of Libya four years after the ousting of leader Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 6, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/BENGHAZI
RTR4NUBQ
February 02, 2015
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Benghazi, Libya
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers as well as leaders of the Libyan army in Benghazi, February 1, 2015. Thinni and his ministers visited the eastern city of Benghazi in a show of support for his troops battling Islamists groups. Thinni's forces, together with troops loyal to army general Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive against Islamist fighters in Benghazi in October - part of turmoil gripping the oil producer four years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/BENGHAZI
RTR4NUBN
February 02, 2015
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni (C) attends a meeting with ministers...
Benghazi, Libya
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni (C) attends a meeting with ministers as well as leaders of the Libyan army in Benghazi, February 1, 2015. Thinni and his ministers visited the eastern city of Benghazi in a show of support for his troops battling Islamists groups. Thinni's forces, together with troops loyal to army general Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive against Islamist fighters in Benghazi in October - part of turmoil gripping the oil producer four years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/BENGHAZI
RTR4NUBF
February 02, 2015
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Benghazi, Libya
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers as well as leaders of the Libyan army in Benghazi, February 1, 2015. Thinni and his ministers visited the eastern city of Benghazi in a show of support for his troops battling Islamists groups. Thinni's forces, together with troops loyal to army general Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive against Islamist fighters in Benghazi in October - part of turmoil gripping the oil producer four years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/BENGHAZI
RTR4NUBD
February 02, 2015
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni (2nd L) attends a meeting with ministers...
Benghazi, Libya
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni (2nd L) attends a meeting with ministers as well as leaders of the Libyan army in Benghazi, February 1, 2015. Thinni and his ministers visited the eastern city of Benghazi in a show of support for his troops battling Islamists groups. Thinni's forces, together with troops loyal to army general Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive against Islamist fighters in Benghazi in October - part of turmoil gripping the oil producer four years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/BENGHAZI
RTR4NUBA
February 02, 2015
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni (C) attends a meeting with ministers...
Benghazi, Libya
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni (C) attends a meeting with ministers as well as leaders of the Libyan army in Benghazi, February 1, 2015. Thinni and his ministers visited the eastern city of Benghazi in a show of support for his troops battling Islamists groups. Thinni's forces, together with troops loyal to army general Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive against Islamist fighters in Benghazi in October - part of turmoil gripping the oil producer four years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/BENGHAZI
RTR4NUB3
February 02, 2015
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni (C) attends a meeting with ministers...
Benghazi, Libya
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni (C) attends a meeting with ministers as well as leaders of the Libyan army in Benghazi, February 1, 2015. Thinni and his ministers visited the eastern city of Benghazi in a show of support for his troops battling Islamists groups. Thinni's forces, together with troops loyal to army general Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive against Islamist fighters in Benghazi in October - part of turmoil gripping the oil producer four years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/BENGHAZI
RTR4NUAZ
February 02, 2015
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Benghazi, Libya
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers...
Libya's internationally recognized Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni attends a meeting with ministers as well as leaders of the Libyan army in Benghazi, February 1, 2015. Thinni and his ministers visited the eastern city of Benghazi in a show of support for his troops battling Islamists groups. Thinni's forces, together with troops loyal to army general Khalifa Haftar, launched an offensive against Islamist fighters in Benghazi in October - part of turmoil gripping the oil producer four years after the downfall of Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken February 1, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS MILITARY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/OIL
RTR4N6EH
January 27, 2015
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview...
Tripoli, Libya
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview...
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli January 25, 2015. Oil output from Libya, where ports and oilfields have been shut due to fighting, has fallen to 363,000 barrels a day with exports at about 200,000, Zwai told Reuters. Two governments allied to armed factions are vying for control of Libya four years after the toppling of leader Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken January 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENERGY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/OIL
RTR4N6EF
January 27, 2015
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview...
Tripoli, Libya
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview...
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli January 25, 2015. Oil output from Libya, where ports and oilfields have been shut due to fighting, has fallen to 363,000 barrels a day with exports at about 200,000, Zwai told Reuters. Two governments allied to armed factions are vying for control of Libya four years after the toppling of leader Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken January 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENERGY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/OIL
RTR4N6EC
January 27, 2015
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview...
Tripoli, Libya
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview...
Mashallah Zwai, Oil Minister in rival Prime Minister Omar al-Hassi's government, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli January 25, 2015. Oil output from Libya, where ports and oilfields have been shut due to fighting, has fallen to 363,000 barrels a day with exports at about 200,000, Zwai told Reuters. Two governments allied to armed factions are vying for control of Libya four years after the toppling of leader Muammar Gaddafi. Picture taken January 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENERGY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4LEPL
January 14, 2015
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission...
Geneva, Switzerland
Special Representative of Secretary-General for Libya and Head of UNSMIL Leon addresses news conference...
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Bernardino Leon addresses a news conference at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, January 14, 2015. The United Nations will launch talks on Wednesday in Geneva between warring Libyan factions even though one side has delayed its decision on attending negotiations aimed at averting a broader civil war. Two rival governments and their forces are vying for control in Libya, three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, with the internationally recognised government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni based in eastern Libya since a faction called Libya Dawn took over Tripoli last summer. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4LEP0
January 14, 2015
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission...
Geneva, Switzerland
Special Representative of Secretary-General for Libya and Head of UNSMIL Leon addresses news conference...
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Bernardino Leon addresses a news conference at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, January 14, 2015. The United Nations will launch talks on Wednesday in Geneva between warring Libyan factions even though one side has delayed its decision on attending negotiations aimed at averting a broader civil war. Two rival governments and their forces are vying for control in Libya, three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, with the internationally recognised government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni based in eastern Libya since a faction called Libya Dawn took over Tripoli last summer. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4LEOG
January 14, 2015
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission...
Geneva, Switzerland
Special Representative of Secretary-General for Libya and Head of UNSMIL Leon addresses news conference...
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Bernardino Leon addresses a news conference at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, January 14, 2015. The United Nations will launch talks on Wednesday in Geneva between warring Libyan factions even though one side has delayed its decision on attending negotiations aimed at averting a broader civil war. Two rival governments and their forces are vying for control in Libya, three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, with the internationally recognised government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni based in eastern Libya since a faction called Libya Dawn took over Tripoli last summer. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4LEOF
January 14, 2015
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission...
Geneva, Switzerland
Special Representative of Secretary-General for Libya and Head of UNSMIL Leon addresses news conference...
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Bernardino Leon addresses a news conference at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, January 14, 2015. The United Nations will launch talks on Wednesday in Geneva between warring Libyan factions even though one side has delayed its decision on attending negotiations aimed at averting a broader civil war. Two rival governments and their forces are vying for control in Libya, three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, with the internationally recognised government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni based in eastern Libya since a faction called Libya Dawn took over Tripoli last summer. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4LEOE
January 14, 2015
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission...
Geneva, Switzerland
Special Representative of Secretary-General for Libya and Head of UNSMIL Leon addresses news conference...
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Bernardino Leon addresses a news conference at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, January 14, 2015. The United Nations will launch talks on Wednesday in Geneva between warring Libyan factions even though one side has delayed its decision on attending negotiations aimed at averting a broader civil war. Two rival governments and their forces are vying for control in Libya, three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, with the internationally recognised government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni based in eastern Libya since a faction called Libya Dawn took over Tripoli last summer.REUTERS/Pierre Albouy (SWITZERLAND)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4LEOB
January 14, 2015
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission...
Geneva, Switzerland
Special Representative of Secretary-General for Libya and Head of UNSMIL Leon gestures during news conference...
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Bernardino Leon addresses a news conference at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, January 14, 2015. The United Nations will launch talks on Wednesday in Geneva between warring Libyan factions even though one side has delayed its decision on attending negotiations aimed at averting a broader civil war. Two rival governments and their forces are vying for control in Libya, three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, with the internationally recognised government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni based in eastern Libya since a faction called Libya Dawn took over Tripoli last summer. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4LENX
January 14, 2015
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission...
Geneva, Switzerland
Special Representative of Secretary-General for Libya and Head of UNSMIL Leon gestures during news conference...
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya and Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) Bernardino Leon addresses a news conference at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, January 14, 2015. The United Nations will launch talks on Wednesday in Geneva between warring Libyan factions even though one side has delayed its decision on attending negotiations aimed at averting a broader civil war. Two rival governments and their forces are vying for control in Libya, three years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, with the internationally recognised government of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni based in eastern Libya since a faction called Libya Dawn took over Tripoli last summer.REUTERS/Pierre Albouy (SWITZERLAND)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4FK3Z
November 25, 2014
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with...
Tripoli, Libya
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with...
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli November 23, 2014. Libya's rival government may forbid a UN official from entering the territory it controls, a move that could make it harder to negotiate an end to a violent struggle for power that threatens to tear the country apart. The North African oil producer has had two governments since August when a group called Operation Libya Dawn, whose opponents say is supported by Islamists, seized Tripoli forcing the elected anti-Islamist administration of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni to move 1,000 km east. The new rulers in the capital, an alliance of groups led by Omar al-Hassi who say they helped topple Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 and deny any Islamist links, are not recognised by the United Nations and world powers but control ministries, oil facilities, airports and much of western and central Libya. Picture taken November 23, 2014. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4FK3P
November 25, 2014
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with...
Tripoli, Libya
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with...
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli November 23, 2014. Libya's rival government may forbid a UN official from entering the territory it controls, a move that could make it harder to negotiate an end to a violent struggle for power that threatens to tear the country apart. The North African oil producer has had two governments since August when a group called Operation Libya Dawn, whose opponents say is supported by Islamists, seized Tripoli forcing the elected anti-Islamist administration of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni to move 1,000 km east. The new rulers in the capital, an alliance of groups led by Omar al-Hassi who say they helped topple Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 and deny any Islamist links, are not recognised by the United Nations and world powers but control ministries, oil facilities, airports and much of western and central Libya. Picture taken November 23, 2014. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4FK3G
November 25, 2014
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with...
Tripoli, Libya
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with...
Mohamed al-Ghirani, the foreign minister of Libya's rival government, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tripoli November 23, 2014. Libya's rival government may forbid a UN official from entering the territory it controls, a move that could make it harder to negotiate an end to a violent struggle for power that threatens to tear the country apart. The North African oil producer has had two governments since August when a group called Operation Libya Dawn, whose opponents say is supported by Islamists, seized Tripoli forcing the elected anti-Islamist administration of Prime Minister Abdullah al-Thinni to move 1,000 km east. The new rulers in the capital, an alliance of groups led by Omar al-Hassi who say they helped topple Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 and deny any Islamist links, are not recognised by the United Nations and world powers but control ministries, oil facilities, airports and much of western and central Libya. Picture taken November 23, 2014. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-SECURITY/
RTR4COSX
November 03, 2014
Smoke billows in the sky after heavy fighting broke out near the seaport in eastern Benghazi city November...
Benghazi, Libya
Smoke billows in the sky after heavy fighting broke out near the seaport in eastern Benghazi
Smoke billows in the sky after heavy fighting broke out near the seaport in eastern Benghazi city November 3, 2014. A Libyan navy ship was hit and 13 people killed during heavy fighting with aircraft and tanks on Monday between the army, and the Shura Council of Libyan Revolutionaries and Ansar al-Sharia Islamist militants near the port of Benghazi, residents of the Mediterranean city said. The battle was part of a wider conflict in the North African state where former rebels who helped oust dictator Muammar Gaddafi in 2011 are fighting for power and a share of Libya's large oil revenues. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
LIBYA-POLITICS/GADDAFI
RTR4AV9D
October 20, 2014
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with...
Cairo, Egypt
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with...
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with Reuters at his apartment in Cairo October 9, 2014. Gaddaf, a cousin and former aide of Muammar Gaddafi, said he wants to take part in proposed talks aimed at bringing together Libya's warring parties, in a rare bid by a member of the ex-ruler's inner-circle to regain influence. Picture taken October 9. To match Interview LIBYA-POLITICS/GADDAFI REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-POLITICS/GADDAFI
RTR4AV97
October 20, 2014
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, shows the bullet holes in his...
Cairo, Egypt
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, shows the bullet holes in his...
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, shows the bullet holes in his bedroom door during an interview with Reuters at his apartment in Cairo October 9, 2014. Gaddaf, a cousin and former aide of Muammar Gaddafi, said he wants to take part in proposed talks aimed at bringing together Libya's warring parties, in a rare bid by a member of the ex-ruler's inner-circle to regain influence. Picture taken October 9. To match Interview LIBYA-POLITICS/GADDAFI REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
LIBYA-POLITICS/GADDAFI
RTR4AV8R
October 20, 2014
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with...
Cairo, Egypt
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with...
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with Reuters at his apartment in Cairo October 9, 2014. Gaddaf, a cousin and former aide of Muammar Gaddafi, said he wants to take part in proposed talks aimed at bringing together Libya's warring parties, in a rare bid by a member of the ex-ruler's inner-circle to regain influence. Picture taken October 9. To match Interview LIBYA-POLITICS/GADDAFI REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-POLITICS/GADDAFI
RTR4AV8M
October 20, 2014
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with...
Cairo, Egypt
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with...
Ahmed Gaddaf al-Dam, cousin of Libya's former president Muammar Gaddafi, talks during an interview with Reuters at his apartment in Cairo October 9, 2014. Gaddaf, a cousin and former aide of Muammar Gaddafi, said he wants to take part in proposed talks aimed at bringing together Libya's warring parties, in a rare bid by a member of the ex-ruler's inner-circle to regain influence. Picture taken October 9. To match Interview LIBYA-POLITICS/GADDAFI REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
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