Libyans and migrants are still being detained in appalling conditions and sold in open slave markets.
Russia's deputy foreign minister said Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya and Ukraine were among the global victims of U.S. foreign policy.
"The problem with war photography is that there is absolutely no way to do it from a distance. You have to be close."
North Korea said it was able to build nuclear bombs and intercontinental ballistic missiles because it trusts no one but itself.
The State Department has classified these 11 nations as "Do not travel."
Western observers consider Russia's role in Egypt, Libya and Syria as a challenge to NATO, which tried to overthrow leaders in all three Mediterranean states.
The proposal, he said, would be a more humanitarian option for the European Union.
Trump lamented "the mess" he inherited in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and beyond, but promised "to get it all done."
A recent report showed African migrants being sold “like cattle” for as little as $400 at auctions in Libya.
North Korea called the U.S. "the kingpin of all kinds of terrorism who cannot even prevent terror in its own territory."
A shocking investigation has revealed how men are sold for manual labor in the North African country.
The young people attending the Comic Con event were accused of believing in Halloween.
The 2012 attacks resulted in the deaths of four U.S. personnel and became a debate flashpoint during the 2016 election.
Gaddafi’s lawyer Khaled al-Zaidi confirmed Saif al-Islam was in good health and ready to work toward peace in Libya.
A 25-year public health survey shows how conflicts in the Middle East and beyond have led to a surge in violence, self-harm and mental illness.
Islamist fighters including Ansar al-Sharia were blamed for the killings at a U.S. diplomatic compound in 2012.
Two adult women, two girls and a young boy are among the dead after the militia attack.
Russia’s involvement in Libya has everything to do with Moscow's geopolitical motives.
According to Saif al-Islam Gaddaf’s lawyer, the man once tipped to rule Libya is free.
The 1,700-year-old ruins held extensive mosaics, statues and frescoes, as well as a haul of valuable coins.
Public demonstrations, a Libyan military strongman and defections to ISIS have all damaged Ansar al-Sharia’s standing in Libya.