Muammar Gaddafi had supporters in Libya, especially in one town long ago settled by African slaves. Gaddafi had a soft spot for the town. But when he fled, the fate of the residents turned for the worse.
Libya's rebel leadership in Benghazi has rejected a proposal put forward by an African Union delegation to end the eight-week conflict. The rebels have been trying to improve their military posture. Ben Gilbert reports.
An inquiry looking into accusations that Britain was complicit in the torture of terrorism suspects has said it will examine new allegations about close ties between British intelligence and Muammar Gaddafi's security services.
With Moammar Gadhafi out of power, efforts turn to reforming the systems he built, not the least of which is Libya's schools. The national curriculum, very pro-Gadhafi, is being revised to be more accurate.