The social media site has become an acceptable PR channel for the military alliance.
Reports have come through that the military leader has been killed.
In today's column from Monocle, Alex Crawford of Sky News shows the essence of old-fashioned, frontline reporting.
In the daily column from Monocle magazine we learn that as a result of the large part that social networks and cell phones played in Egypt's revolution, Libya shut down the internet and mobile networks early on, and the advantage that provided them.
The Guardian reports on the President's stance on intervention.
AU official outlines the conditions of the roadmap for a political solution to Libya's conflict. The Guadian
The AU (African Union) has taken a bit of a hammering over the past couple of weeks. Pundits on the continent took to the media, to Twitter and to bars, cafés and street corners to argue about why it was so mealy-mouthed on Libya.
Independent U.S. journalist turns to crowdfunding to support an educational initiative.
What are the emotional, physical, and psychological consequences of running damage control for a dictatorship?
A nomadic tribe is forced to lend a hand to fight Libyan rebels in order to survive.
Israeli defence minister Ehud Barak once described Israel as “a villa in the jungle” – a haven of democracy amid a swathe of dictatorial regimes. But as one revolution after another sweeps through the region, the the neighbourhood is looking very different.