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  Deadline for towns' surrender passes   A deadline for the surrender of the towns of Sirte and Bani Walid passed at midnight Friday without any apparent deal   Col Gaddafi 'ready for long war'  Libya's fugitive ex-leader has said he is ready to fight a long guerrilla war, in an audio message carried by a loyalist TV channel   Libya rejects UN military forces   Libya's interim leadership has rejected the idea of deploying any kind of international military force, the UN envoy to the country has said   Gaddafi's forces given ultimatum  Libya's interim leaders have given pro-Gaddafi forces until Saturday to surrender or face military force Libyan spokesman: 'We will die for oil'   Libya's government accused rebels and the NATO military alliance of carrying out a coordinated air, sea, and land attack on Brega White House defends mission in Libya  U.S. Congress: The White House defended to Congress the legality, the costs and accomplishments of the U.S. military mission in Libya Libya mission can last 'as long as needed'. London   Libya: McCain pushes U.S. involvement   Eastern Libya: Libyan opposition leaders received a major morale boost when a top U.S. senator made a surprise visit to the rebel stronghold   Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya  Washington: President Barack Obama has approved the use of armed Predator drones in Libya, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Libya warns UK could worsen war  Libya's foreign minister says a British plan to send a military team to advise rebels fighting Gaddafi would harm chances of peace Britain sending military team to Libya
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1. 2016-09-13 MPs attack Cameron over Libya 'collapse' London
C. 2014-12-03 Islamic State setting up Libya training camps Eastern Libya
D. 2014-03-08 Libya threatens to bomb oil tanker Sidr, Eastern Libya
4. 2013-10-07 Kerry defends US Libya capture Washington
F. 2011-10-31 NATO officially ends Libya mission Monday Libya
2011-10-27 U.N. ends NATO mission in Libya UN Security Council
H. 2011-09-09 Deadline for towns' surrender passes Sirte, Libya
8. 2011-09-01 Col Gaddafi 'ready for long war' Libya
9. 2011-08-30 Libya rejects UN military forces Libya

  Kerry defends US Libya capture   Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry has defended the capture of an alleged al-Qaeda leader, Anas al-Liby, calling him a 'legal and appropriate ...   NATO officially ends Libya mission Monday  Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen landed in Libya to declare an official end to the seven-month aerial bombing campaign   U.N. ends NATO mission in Libya
  MPs attack Cameron over Libya 'collapse'  London: A UK parliamentary report has severely criticised the intervention by Britain and France that led to the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011   Islamic State setting up Libya training camps  Eastern Libya: Islamic State militants have set up training camps in eastern Libya, the head of the US Africa command says Libya threatens to bomb oil tanker Map of Sidr Libya

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  Eastern Libya: Libya's prime minister has threatened to bomb a North Korean-flagged tanker if it tries to export oil from a rebel-controlled port

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  UN Security Council: The United Nations Security Council voted unanimously Thursday to end military operations in Libya

  London: Britain is expanding its presence in Libya with military advisers and the Eur. Union is prepared to send troops for humanitarian assistance
Mar.28   Obama defends Libya intervention  Washington: US President Barack Obama has defended the first war launched under his presidency, insisting US military involvement in Libya will be limited Mar.27 NATO approves expanded role in Libya
  North Atlantic Council approved an operations plan that will shift the entire Libyan military mission to alliance command
Mar.25 NATO taking command of no-fly zone Mar.24 NATO to enforce Libyan no-fly zone
  Members agreed to take over enforcement of the no-fly zone, but not as a license to attack government troops
Mar.22   Defiant Gaddafi pledges victory   The Libyan leader has appeared at a site that was recently attacked by the Western coalition and told his followers: 'We will be victorious in... Mar.21 US 'to tone down role in Libya'   USA: President Obama has said the US will transfer its leading role on Libya 'within days' to ensure the burden of enforcing a UN resolution Mar.20 US 'will hand over' Libya command   Washington: The Pentagon expects to hand over control of allied military operations in Libya 'in a matter of days', either to a UK-France coalition or to... Mar.12 Arab states support no-fly zone  Egypt: The Arab League has backed the idea of a no-fly zone over Libya, as rebels continue to be pushed back by Colonel Gaddafi's forces

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