This video is called Wikileaks: Fallout, Qaddafi and US Oil Co.’s.
Libya‘s new regime held talks with World Bank and International Monetary Fund officials in Paris today on how to spend the billions of dollars in unfrozen government assets that they have received following the overthrow of Muammar Gadaffi: here.
From the Bahraini pro-regime Gulf Daily News:
Bahrain last night pledged to help rebuild Libya and described the dramatic developments there as historic.
His Majesty King Hamad paid tribute to the Libyan people as he discussed with world leaders ways of mobilising the massive reconstruction efforts at a prestigious conference at the Élysée Palace, Paris.
It would be truly historic if His Majesty, the King of Bahrain, would stop hypocritically praising democracy for Libya, while pro-democracy people are tortured or shot dead in His Majesty’s own country.
CIA, MI6 helped Gaddafi persecute dissidents: Human Rights Watch: here.
Files Note Close CIA Ties to Qaddafi Spy Unit: here.
British spooks regularly asked the Libyan government for updates on the interrogation of terror suspects in the country’s prisons, according to documents revealed today: here.
The British and American intelligence agencies maintained the closest relations with the Gaddafi regime and collaborated in the interrogation and torture of Islamist suspects “rendered” to Libya: here.
Soldiers of Libya‘s National Transitional Council (NTC) were approaching the loyalist town of Bani Walid today, while other key strongholds of forces loyal to Colonel Muammar Gadaffi including Sirte, Jufra and Sabha were already under siege: here.
Is Libya becoming Iraq Mark II? Here.
More than 3,000 Darfuri refugees in Salom on the border between Egypt and Libya are facing terrible health, nutritional and security conditions: here.
Britain: A report issued yesterday outlining proposals to establish in Manchester an army-run ‘free school’, has given yet another sinister twist to the campaign by Tory education secretary, Michael Gove, to smash up the state education system and demonise both pupils and the teaching profession: here.