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How US, British intelligence worked to bring Qaddafi's Libya in from the cold
Libyan documents appear to show close ties between Qaddafi and CIA, MI6 (VIDEO)
Libya rebels mark major gains against Qaddafi
Moussa Koussa sought by ICC prosecutor
Qaddafi's troops, rebels locked in standoff around Brega: April 5 Mideast update
Libyan rebels offer cease-fire. Does Qaddafi have the upper hand?
Yemen's Saleh offers (again) to transfer power: March 31 Mideast update
What Qaddafi loses with Moussa Koussa's defection
What happened at the US Consulate in Libya?
Libya timeline: Rebels and Qaddafi's troops still battling for Brega
Qaddafi defiant in the face of allied strikes
UN decision on Libya: Endgame for Qaddafi?
Libya declares cease-fire as EU leaders plan military strikes
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