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Loyalists` challenge to ousted Burkina leader`s treason case fails

Burkina Faso`s Constitutional Council has rejected a request by supporters of ousted president Blaise Compaore to revoke his indictment for treason, saying it has no powers to grant such a request, according to a decision seen by AFP Monday.

Eastern Libya leaders declare autonomy

Opponents fear,it will be the first step toward outright dividing the country six months after the fall of Gaddafi.

At least four dead in `pro-Gaddafi` attack

Diehards of slain Libyan dictator
Muammar Gaddafi attacked a base in his one-time bastion of
Bani Walid.

`Gaddafi son stays until U.N. lifts travel ban`

Niger said Tuesday that Muammar Gaddafi`s son Saadi would remain in the West African nation until a United Nations travel ban on him was lifted, despite Tripoli`s request for his return.

Libyan fighters demand salary from NTC

The NTC fighters said they have not been paid since they took up arms in March.

Libyan government’s flag flying over Bani Walid

Bani Walid has been under siege for weeks, with hundreds of Gaddafi loyalists dug into its steep valleys.

Sirte residents turn anger on Libya`s new rulers

Many residents of Sirte blame Libya`s new rulers and their Western allies for the death and destruction.

`Lockerbie bomber will not face new prosecution`

Libya`s transitional justice
minister Mohammed al-Alagi has said that Abdelbaset al-Megrahi, the only person convicted in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing, should not face a new prosecution.

UK prosecutors seek NTC`s help in Lockerbie case

Scottish prosecutors have contacted Libya`s interim rulers for help in tracking down information which could lead to others being charged over the 1988 bombing of a U.S.-bound airliner over Lockerbie in Scotland.

Libyan forces close on Gaddafi loyalists in Sirte

Fighters backing Libya`s interim rulers prepared to renew their advance into the coastal city of Sirte on Monday.

Libya to name new government within 10 days: PM

Libya`s de facto rulers won expressions of support from Washington, the African Union and South Africa.

African Union officially recognises Libya`s NTC

The AU has doggedly stuck to its own "roadmap" to the
Libyan conflict and criticised the NATO bombing campaign.

Clock ticking on Gaddafi bastion`s last stand

Fighters backing Libya`s new rulers are urging families to leave Bani Walid before launching full-scale military force.

China recognises new Libyan regime

Beijing kept close contact with Gaddafi till July, when
his representatives tried to procure arms from Chinese firms.

Libya rebels say talks over Bani Walid have failed

Negotiations aimed at peacefully ending a standoff outside one of Muammar Gaddafi`s remaining strongholds southeast of Tripoli have failed.

Libyan rebels trying to impose control

The rebel leadership, known as the NTC, is grappling with fallout from the killing of its top military chief, Abdel-Fattah Younis.

Libyan rebel leader sacks entire cabinet

Libya`s rebel leader has sacked the entire executive office of his de-facto government.

Panel asks NTC to withdraw notice against Bharatmata theatre

In a relief to the owners of
Bharatmata theatre, Maharashtra state monitoring committee
today directed the National Textile Corporation (NTC) to
withdraw the eviction notice issued to the cinema hall.

NTC in talks with NBCC for sale of surplus land

The National Textile Corporation has begun talks with the National Buildings Construction Corporation and others for sale of its surplus land in four cities that is expected to fetch the state-owned firm Rs 5,000 crore.