Voters cast their ballots in the country's second-largest city, where the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party is poised to win big.
Reporting by the New York Times and Human Rights Watch describe rebels in the Nafusa Mountains beating suspected Gaddafi loyalists and looting and burning their buildings.
Nearly a month after the onset of foreign air strikes – and my first abrupt departure from free east Libya – the rebel stronghold still stands, logic be damned.
Muhammad Bakr Radwan, 32, an Egyptian-American man is accused of selling photos and videos of events in Syria and visiting Israel “in secret”.
<p><span style="font-size: small;">Six days after a shrapnel-filled bomb killed 23 worshippers at a New Year’s Eve church service in Alexandria, demonstrators in Cairo are still taking to the streets to show solidarity with the victims and anger at the government.</span></p>