The ICC and Libya have been fighting for three years over who gets to try Saif al-Islam Qaddafi, who is being held by a militia outside of Tripoli.
The AK-47 is possibly the most recognizable weapon on earth, and it's getting a new logo and ad campaign.
This weekend, an Italian man was jailed for being too good at sex.
Libya's interim cabinet said on Tuesday that it would quit and go home, a claim quickly countered by the country's embattled parliament.
Eight months after hijacking Libya’s export economy — rebels agreed with the government of Tripoli to return some seized ports.
Militants shot down an Egyptian Air Force helicopter last weekend with a shoulder-launched missile. But no one is sure where it came from.
Bashar al-Assad follows fellow murderous dictators Mubarak and Gaddafi in the hot seat. "If you were to commit a massacre in Damascus, who would you put in charge?" A comic from the Syria issue drawn by Johnny Ryan.
An in-depth look at Islamic extremism in Libya after Gaddafi.
We arrive in the town of Derna, where the top export is the Libyan jihadist, sent to fight against foreign (read: U.S.) invaders pillaging Iraq and Afghanistan.
After the Libyan war, thousands of rebels found themselves armed to the teeth but without a target. Since they refused to hand over their firearms and rockets to the transitional government, weapon makers from the revolution became the target of...
A few months after the Libyan people rid their country of Muammar Gaddaffi, VICE correspondent Sherif Elhelwa noticed the black flag of al Qaeda flying atop the Benghazi courthouse.