But many critics of WikiLeaks still, somehow, claim that there's "nothing new" in the Cablegate releases now stretching back to November 28that most of the issues raised raised by the cables are old hat, and the impact as in Tunisia, for example overhyped. So it seems useful here to assemble most of the major revelations. This seems especially valuable because the reporting is now scattered around the globe, often emerging from smaller papers.
A bizarre photograph album filled page to page with pictures of Condoleezza Rice has been found at the compound of Colonel Gaddafi. As citizens ransacked the sprawling lair, for the first time discovering the extent of riches enjoyed by their bloodthirsty tyrant, a number of unusual items have been looted. Perhaps the most surprising, however, was the album, filled with glossy pictures of America's former Secretary of State.
In one of the images the president smiles relaxed, while in the other he is seen with a bloody face, at the moment of being executed by a mob after the coup supported by the US in The message, which already has more than 12, responses, has caused a bitter controversy among Internet users, many of whom consider it inappropriate and have reported is as ABUSIVE to Twitter to eliminate it as offensive. Rubio, who is Cuban-American, is among the members of the hardliners of the Senate and stands out as one of the instigators in the Capitol of pressure campaigns against leftist leaders in Latin America, especially in the cases of Cuba and Venezuela.
IN flowing brown Bedouin robes and black beret, hailed as the "king of kings of Africa," the ageing dictator swept up on to the global stage, centre front at the United Nations, and delivered an angry, wandering, at times incoherent diatribe against all he detested in the world. Kennedy assassination and about moving the UN to Libya, the vast desert nation he had ruled for four decades with an iron hand. As dismayed UN delegates streamed out of the great domed hall that autumn day, a fuming Gaddafi declared their Security Council "should be called the 'Terror Council,"' and tore up a copy of the UN charter.
In resigning, he urged that the Libyan army should "join the people and respond to their legitimate demands". Younis was previously minister for public security, and attended a key meeting with the British ambassador to Egypt in where he apologised for Libya's involvement in the killing of Yvonne Fletcherand offered to extradite her killers; he also admitted Libyan support of the IRA and offered compensation for their victims. He had arrived in Benghazi commanding a special forces unit whose mission was to help relieve the besieged Katiba compound, which had sheltered the remaining loyalist forces in the city since 18 February, and which was undergoing almost continuous attack.
TUNIS Reuters - Western diplomats sat down for three hours with Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar in his eastern stronghold last month to try to dissuade him from launching an offensive against the internationally recognized government in Tripoli. They urged him not to plunge the country into a civil war and told him he could become a successful civilian leader if he committed himself to pursuing a political settlement, according to two sources with knowledge of the meeting outside Benghazi. But Haftar, a military strongman who critics describe as the new Muammar Gaddafi, paid them little heed, said the sources who spoke on condition the ambassadors were not identified.
Tor is an encrypted anonymising network that makes it harder to intercept internet communications, or see where communications are coming from or going to. If you are at high risk and you have the capacity to do so, you can also access the submission system through a secure operating system called Tails. Tails is an operating system launched from a USB stick or a DVD that aim to leaves no traces when the computer is shut down after use and automatically routes your internet traffic through Tor.
Follow our continued Libya live coverage. In the meantime have a look at our main story - rebels surround an apartment block though to be hiding Col Gaddafi - and check back in the morning for updates. It cited no source and gave no details.
It maintains its own covert network, infiltrates computers around the world and even intercepts shipping deliveries to plant back doors in electronics ordered by those it is targeting. According to Der Spiegel, the NSA's TAO group is able to divert shipping deliveries to its own "secret workshops" in a method called interdiction, where agents load malware onto the electronics or install malicious hardware that can give US intelligence agencies remote access. The UK "opposes" or strongly opposes eight points in the Commission proposal and the supports the "removal" of 21 points in the Commission proposal. The UK proposes or opposes a large number of proposals for rights of access and mechanism for accountability.