As Libya lurches forward to its landmark parliamentary election in July, its children are fighting a brutal new battle on the playground.
The Daily Pic: André Liohn wins the Capa Gold Medal for his Libyan photos.
Muammar Gaddafi’s daughter hires an Israeli lawyer on her dead father’s behalf, writes Dan Ephron in Jerusalem.
A Western leader might break off a relationship with a despot, but no one can erase the snapshots of them together in happier days. From Bush holding hands with the Saudi king to Obama chatting up Hugo Chavez, see photos.
The new Libyan government took the body of Muammar Gaddafi into the desert and buried it in a secret location at dawn on Tuesday. Plus, Bernard-Henri Lévy on the moral implications of the dictator's gory end.
Despite the gruesome details, nothing should cloud our joy at the departure of Libya’s loathsome dictator.
The dictator is dead, but is the war over in Libya? Babak Dehghanpisheh looks at the lessons learned from Saddam Hussein’s death and warns against celebrating—not until the whole clan is rounded up. Plus, our complete coverage of Gaddafi's death.