David D Kirkpatrick The New York Times


'David D Kirkpatrick The New York Times' - 9 News Result(s)

  • Gaddafi defiant after rebel takeover

    Gaddafi defiant after rebel takeover

    Backed by NATO airstrikes and seasoned reinforcements, rebel fighters crashed through the gates of Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi's fortresslike compound on Tuesday, running madly across its sprawling lawns, ransacking its barracks for weapons and carting off mementos of his 42-year dictatorship.

  • 2 Gaddafi sons are said to offer plan to push father out

    2 Gaddafi sons are said to offer plan to push father out

    At least two sons of Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi are proposing a resolution to the Libyan conflict that would entail pushing their father aside to make way for a transition to a constitutional democracy under the direction of his son Saif al-Islam el-Gaddafi, a diplomat and a Libyan official briefed on the plan said Sunday. The rebels challenging Colon...

  • Libyan woman is sued over rape accusation

    Libyan woman is sued over rape accusation

    In the latest turn in the case of Eman al-Obeidy, a Libyan woman apprehended by security forces for trying to tell journalists that she had been raped by members of the Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi's militia, a government spokesman said Tuesday that the unidentified militia members she accused had filed a civil case against her. (Read: Woman accuses Gad...

  • Allies pressure Gaddafi forces around rebel cities

    Allies pressure Gaddafi forces around rebel cities

    The United States and its allies shifted on Wednesday to ferocious airstrikes on Libyan ground forces, tanks and artillery, marking the second phase of a military campaign that drew the Pentagon deeper into the fight.A pounding from allied warplanes in the rebel-held city of Misurata forced Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi's troops to pull back for much of ...

  • Allied intervention begins as French jet strikes Libyan forces

    Allied intervention begins as French jet strikes Libyan forces

    American, European and Arab leaders on Saturday began the largest international military intervention in the Arab world since the invasion of Iraq in an effort to stop Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi's war on the Libyan opposition.Leaders meeting in Paris on Saturday afternoon announced that air operations to enforce a no-fly zone and protect civilians had...

  • Stop attacks on civilians or face military action, Obama warns Gaddafi

    Stop attacks on civilians or face military action, Obama warns Gaddafi

    US President Barack Obama on Friday ordered Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi to carry out an immediate cease-fire, withdraw his forces from rebel-held cities and stop all attacks on Libyan civilians or face military action from the United States and its allies in Europe and the Arab world. "Let me be clear, these terms are not negotiable," Mr. Obama said fr...

  • Gaddafi launches deadly air assault, US pushes for no-fly zone

    Gaddafi launches deadly air assault, US pushes for no-fly zone

    With airstrikes, armour and artillery, military units loyal to Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi hammered the rebels seeking his ouster in battles along the eastern Mediterranean coast and in the besieged western city of Zawiyah on Tuesday, as a new report documented how badly the insurgents lagged the Gaddafi forces in equipment and capabilities. Gaddafi fo...

  • Gaddafi at war with rebels and reality

    Gaddafi at war with rebels and reality

    Residents here were awakened before dawn on Sunday by the sound of artillery and gunfire in the streets. When they tuned into state television broadcasts, they heard stunning news: the Libyan military had routed the rebels seeking to oust Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi. The gunfire, they were told, was in celebration. "Before I turned on the television I ...

  • Gaddafi brutalises foes, armed or defenceless

    Gaddafi brutalises foes, armed or defenceless

    Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi counterattacked with brutal force on Friday, battling rebel forces on two fronts, firing on unarmed protesters in front of international news media and leaving the rebels seeking his ouster in disarray. His militia's actions seemed likely to stir renewed debate over international intervention to limit his use of military pow...

'David D Kirkpatrick The New York Times' - 9 News Result(s)

  • Gaddafi defiant after rebel takeover

    Gaddafi defiant after rebel takeover

    Backed by NATO airstrikes and seasoned reinforcements, rebel fighters crashed through the gates of Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi's fortresslike compound on Tuesday, running madly across its sprawling lawns, ransacking its barracks for weapons and carting off mementos of his 42-year dictatorship.

  • 2 Gaddafi sons are said to offer plan to push father out

    2 Gaddafi sons are said to offer plan to push father out

    At least two sons of Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi are proposing a resolution to the Libyan conflict that would entail pushing their father aside to make way for a transition to a constitutional democracy under the direction of his son Saif al-Islam el-Gaddafi, a diplomat and a Libyan official briefed on the plan said Sunday. The rebels challenging Colon...

  • Libyan woman is sued over rape accusation

    Libyan woman is sued over rape accusation

    In the latest turn in the case of Eman al-Obeidy, a Libyan woman apprehended by security forces for trying to tell journalists that she had been raped by members of the Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi's militia, a government spokesman said Tuesday that the unidentified militia members she accused had filed a civil case against her. (Read: Woman accuses Gad...

  • Allies pressure Gaddafi forces around rebel cities

    Allies pressure Gaddafi forces around rebel cities

    The United States and its allies shifted on Wednesday to ferocious airstrikes on Libyan ground forces, tanks and artillery, marking the second phase of a military campaign that drew the Pentagon deeper into the fight.A pounding from allied warplanes in the rebel-held city of Misurata forced Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi's troops to pull back for much of ...

  • Allied intervention begins as French jet strikes Libyan forces

    Allied intervention begins as French jet strikes Libyan forces

    American, European and Arab leaders on Saturday began the largest international military intervention in the Arab world since the invasion of Iraq in an effort to stop Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi's war on the Libyan opposition.Leaders meeting in Paris on Saturday afternoon announced that air operations to enforce a no-fly zone and protect civilians had...

  • Stop attacks on civilians or face military action, Obama warns Gaddafi

    Stop attacks on civilians or face military action, Obama warns Gaddafi

    US President Barack Obama on Friday ordered Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi to carry out an immediate cease-fire, withdraw his forces from rebel-held cities and stop all attacks on Libyan civilians or face military action from the United States and its allies in Europe and the Arab world. "Let me be clear, these terms are not negotiable," Mr. Obama said fr...

  • Gaddafi launches deadly air assault, US pushes for no-fly zone

    Gaddafi launches deadly air assault, US pushes for no-fly zone

    With airstrikes, armour and artillery, military units loyal to Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi hammered the rebels seeking his ouster in battles along the eastern Mediterranean coast and in the besieged western city of Zawiyah on Tuesday, as a new report documented how badly the insurgents lagged the Gaddafi forces in equipment and capabilities. Gaddafi fo...

  • Gaddafi at war with rebels and reality

    Gaddafi at war with rebels and reality

    Residents here were awakened before dawn on Sunday by the sound of artillery and gunfire in the streets. When they tuned into state television broadcasts, they heard stunning news: the Libyan military had routed the rebels seeking to oust Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi. The gunfire, they were told, was in celebration. "Before I turned on the television I ...

  • Gaddafi brutalises foes, armed or defenceless

    Gaddafi brutalises foes, armed or defenceless

    Col. Muammar el-Gaddafi counterattacked with brutal force on Friday, battling rebel forces on two fronts, firing on unarmed protesters in front of international news media and leaving the rebels seeking his ouster in disarray. His militia's actions seemed likely to stir renewed debate over international intervention to limit his use of military pow...

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