War in Libya Timeline

Mar 17 2014

Libya: U.S. Navy Seizes Rebels' Oil Tanker

Feb 03 2014

Libya: Army Ordered To End Blockade Of Oil Ports

Nov 18 2013
Libya's Government Uses Public Pressure Against Militias

Libya's Government Uses Public Pressure Against Militias

Oct 04 2013
Libya's Fraying Power Structures

Libya's Fraying Power Structures

Oct 03 2013
Libya: Oil Declines as Regional Power Structures Crumble

Libya: Oil Declines as Regional Power Structures Crumble

Sep 12 2013

U.S. Consulate Attack in Benghazi, One Year Later

Sep 10 2013
Libya's Troubles Maintaining Central Control

Libya's Troubles Maintaining Central Control

Aug 17 2013

Libya: Small Explosion Damages Egyptian Consulate In Benghazi

Aug 04 2013

Libya: Deputy Prime Minister Resigns

Aug 02 2013

Libya: 5 Wounded In Benghazi Bombing

Aug 01 2013

Libya: 2 Army Officers Killed In Attacks

Overview

Following the ouster and death of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi in October 2011, Tripoli has struggled to maintain its hold over LIbya's various regional authority centers, especially in the eastern city of Benghazi. The ongoing competition for power between the central government and regional power centers, the risk posed by persistent elements of pro-Gadhafi loyalists and the growing presence of radical Islamic jihadists taking advantage of an increasingly distracted central authority will shape Libya's future.

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