Al Jazeera's Imran Khan meet Libyan graffiti artist Adnan Al Gargani at his home in central Tripoli.
Thoughts on Diamond Jubilees, African treasures, and the British Museum
Conflicting accounts gathered from a day in former Gaddafi stronghold Bani Walid reveals the tensions that simmer just below the surface of Libyan life.
The Berber town of Zawarah was a particular target of the Gaddafi regime's brutality.
A kilometre-long stretch of road in Misrata exhibits all the battle scars of Libya's recent war, and now an ad hoc museum has sprung on it up to honour the revolution.
During the revolution the Tawarga people found themselves besieged by forces loyal to Gaddafi, the former Libyan leader who was killed in October at the height of the uprising.
Almost 9 months on and walking around Benghazi you get a real sense of what it must have been like to be a part of the revolution.
The Security Council at the United Nations has had both institutions on a sanctions list since February when the rebellion began.
Libyans returning home from diaspora face a number of challenges to rebuilding their beloved homeland, but are so far hopeful of things to come.
Although online banter between Kenyan authorities and al-Shabab fighters on Twitter has many observers laughing, it shows a new degree of sophistication from the rebel group.
Let's call it "Day One" of the Durban climate change talks. Ministers and heads of delegations are now engaged and they'll make decisions where their minions could not over the past week and a half.