Libyan war in Tripoli

Map of Tripoli

The Gaddafi regime is on the brink of collapse after stepped-up air attacks, including the use of helicopter gunships to back the ground forces of the Benghazi-based Transitional National Council: here.

The price of a barrel of Brent crude oil fell to $107 on world commodity markets today as Nato-backed rebels captured swathes of Tripoli: here.

The Scramble for Access to Libya’s Oil Wealth Begins: here.

Britain: Anti-war campaigners accused the government of “hypocrisy” yesterday over Libya as Prime Minister David Cameron sought to back rebels in a regime change: here.

Seven months after Tunisia’s historic uprising which saw the ouster of long-time dictator Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali and gave birth to the region’s Arab Spring, many Tunisians are losing confidence in the progress of their revolution: here.

Anti-government protests took place across Tunisia on August 15. Thousands of Tunisians participated, denouncing the interim government and calling for its resignation: here.

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