Gaddafi's Family Members Arrive in Algeria
Family members of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi have arrived in Algeria, the official APS news agency quoted an Algerian Foreign Ministry communique as saying. ; Rebels Seek Extradition
• Libya Mission "Pretty Close" to End: NATO Chief
The Libya mission is "pretty close" to its end, however, NATO defense ministers are not expected to terminate the mission as they convene this week, the head of NATO said on Monday.
• US Says Niger to Detain Gaddafi's Son Saadi
The U.S. government said on Monday that the government of Niger had confirmed that Saadi Gaddafi, the son of Libya's Muammar Gaddafi, has entered Niger and the country intended to detain him.
• No Gaddafi's Fighters in Northern Nigerian State: Police
Police in northern Nigeria's Katsina State said it does not have information of sighting the fighters loyal to deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in the state, despite reports that they were in the country.
• 32 Members of Deposed Gaddafi Including His Son Arrived in Niger
Niger's prime minister said on Monday that 32 members of deposed Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's camp, including his son Saadi Gaddafi, have entered Niger since Sept. 2.
• Gaddafi Not a NATO Target: Rasmussen
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said on Thursday that the alliance will maintain its operations in Libya and the fallen Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is not a NATO target.
• Cuba Rejects NTC, Recalls Diplomats from Tripoli
The Cuban government does not recognize Libya's opposition National Transitional Council (NTC), and recalled all its diplomats, the Cuban foreign ministry said Saturday.
• Bani Walid to Fall into Rebels' Hands "within Hours": NTC
Libyan town Bani Walid, still loyal to toppled leader Muammar Gaddafi will fall "within hours" into the rebels' hands, said a spokesman for the National Transitional Council (NTC), the official Tunisian press agency TAP reported on Saturday.
• Libya Rebels Urge Gaddafi Loyalists to Surrender
Libyan rebels Saturday urged Gaddafi loyalists to surrender within a week, while asking international assistance for reconstruction.
• Pro-Gaddafi Cities Given One Week to Surrender: TV
Head of Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) Mostafa Abdel Jalil gave cities loyal to the toppled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi one week to surrender, the Doha-based al-Jazeera TV reported Saturday.
• Russia, Libyan Rebels to Discuss Energy Projects in Moscow
Russia is ready for talks with Libya's rebel National Transitional Council (NTC) in Moscow on the future of Russian energy projects in that country, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in Dushanbe on Saturday.

U.S., British Spy Agencies Found Help Gaddafi Persecute Libyan Dissidents

Gaddafi's Family Members Arrive in Algeria

Search for Gaddafi's Forces in Tripoli Continues

Libyan Rebels in Final Push to Flush out Gaddafi's Forces in Tripoli

Bounty Offered for Gadhafi as Rebels Vow to Hold Polls

Libyan Rebel Leader Talks Country's Future with Sarkozy

Adherence to Constitution Key to Libya's New Era

Libyan Rebels Advance from Tripoli's Outskirts into City Center
Profile of Muammar Gaddafi
In power for 42 years, Gaddafi has provided the Libyan people with basic living guarantees, but meanwhile won over key tribesman (tribes and clans consist of a majority of Libya's politics as Gaddafi bans all political parties) in the country by means of money and power so as to maintain his dominance. When gradually squandering vast wealth, he was blamed for setting ceilings for citizens' salaries, ignoring investing on civil structure, and leaving jobless rate high outside the government.

Libyan rebels entered the capital Tripoli on Sunday night and took control of leader Muammar Gaddafi 's stronghold after a few hours of fighting with the government forces.

Gaddafi's eldest son Mohammed al-Gaddafi has surrendered and his second son Seif al-Islam has been captured, Libyan rebels said.

CRI Reports
• Surrender Deadline Given to Gaddafi Forces
• Gaddafi Family Flee to Algeria
• 2011-08-24 The Future of Libya
• A Brief Look at the 2011 Libyan Civil War
• France Says Gaddafi Ready to Go
•  Gates Defends Obama's Libyan Operation
•  Talks on Libya's Situation
• 2011-05-18 Latest Situation in Libya
International Reactions
v Cuba Rejects NTC, Recalls Diplomats from Tripoli
v Algeria Insists on Its Strict Neutrality over the Libyan Crisis: Official
v Western Countries Intervened Libya for Self Interest: Mbeki
v Russian Interests in Libya Hanging in Balance
v Germany Seeks to Be More Proactive in Libya Reconstruction
v Sudan Recognizes Libya's National Transitional Council
v Iraq Recognizes Libya's National Transitional Council
v U.S. Cautiously Optimistic amid Situation in Libya