Volunteers Step In To Save Gaddafi's Ostriches

When Muammar Gaddafi fled Libya, he left behind about 1,000 ostriches, along with herds of cattle, camels, sheep, and goats. He made no provisions to care for the animals, so they were dying — but now volunteers are feeding them and giving them medical care. Says volunteer Mohamad Al Majdoub, "They are part of Libya's… » 10/05/11 5:55pm 10/05/11 5:55pm

Female Bodyguards Say Qaddafi And Sons Raped, Abused Them

In the early days of the Libya rebellion, the fatigue-clad, heavily made-up women that surrounded Muammar Qaddafi became a source of international amusement. But Qaddafi's eccentricity could distract from the brutality, including with those same bodyguards, several of whom have now told a Benghazi psychologist that… » 8/30/11 11:00am 8/30/11 11:00am

Libyan Rape Victim Shouts For Justice, Violent Melee Ensues

Iman Obaidi, who burst into a hotel dining room filled with foreign journalists Saturday, is probably not the only woman victimized by government thugs, it is a depressingly safe assumption to make. Although the journalists were unable to independently verify her story — they are essentially under lock and key of… » 3/28/11 10:10am 3/28/11 10:10am