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Libyan court sentences former Gaddafi minister to death

MISRATA, Libya (Reuters) - A former minister in the government of Muammar Gaddafi was sentenced to death on Wednesday for inciting violence against protesters during the uprising that led to the Libyan dictator's overthrow in 2011, his lawyer said on Wednesday. Full story

Billionaire Saudi prince loses UK court battle over Gaddafi jet

LONDON (Reuters) - A billionaire Saudi prince lost a London court battle on Wednesday when a judge ordered that he should pay a $10-million commission linked to the sale of a luxurious private jet to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. Full story

Security headaches dampen investor enthusiasm in Libya

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - The men, some of them armed, arrived at the gates of the Al Hani General Construction Company compound on the outskirts of the Libyan capital and forced their way into the site. Full story

Car bomb defused outside hotel in Libyan capital

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libyan security forces defused a dozen bombs found in a car parked outside a luxury hotel in the capital Tripoli, the interior ministry said on Tuesday. Full story

Newborn, pregnant women among 31 migrants drowned off Libya: UNHCR

ROME (Reuters) - A newborn baby and four pregnant women are among 31 migrants feared drowned off the coast of Libya after their boat suffered a puncture and sank while trying to reach southern Europe's shores, the U.N. refugee agency said on Monday. Full story

Migrants say 31 missing after boat sinks off Libya: ANSA

ROME (Reuters) - The Italian coastguard has rescued 22 migrants from a boat which sank off the coast of Libya but more than 30 are still missing at sea, ANSA news agency said on Sunday. Full story

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