The people of two rival towns seem determined to hate each other forever.
Libya hosts its first soccer game in three years, proving that the nation is slowly reviving post-Qaddafi.
The defeat of an Islamist militia raises hope that law and order may return.
Experts agree that international intervention in Libya saved lives but that isn't happening in Syria—"a multi-sectarian, multiethnic cauldron" that defies easy resolution.
The plight of sub-Saharan Africans attempting to migrate to Europe through Libya has not improved much in the "new" Libya.
The Qaddafi regime recruited many sub-Saharan Africans to serve as mercenaries. After the regime fell, a much larger number of innocent Africans working in Libya faced revenge attacks.
Because Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s army employed mercenaries from sub-Saharan Africa, more than a million innocent migrant laborers now find themselves targeted by rebels and ordinary Libyans.
"It doesn't matter how hard you think you are, how professional, when the smell of death hits your nostrils like that, you have to retch." Ayman Oghanna reports from a mortuary in Bani Walid, Libya.
Wartime romance is budding in Libya. After fighting to take down Qaddafi, the country's once least eligible bachelors are now being seen in a new light.
Journalist and author Reese Erlich talks about Libyan dictator Moamar Gaddafi's death and whether the Assad regime in Syria might be the next to fall.
Creativity is blooming in Libya--the country's artists are finally able to show their work now that Muammar Qaddafi is no longer in power.
Libya art all but died under Qaddafi. But with the former dictator no longer in power, artists are beginning to display their work in weekly art shows.