(Euronews: 0314 PST, April 11, 2011) Libyan rebels celebrated regaining control of Ajdabiya after NATO aircraft destroyed at least 11 tanks. Although they've long complained about what they say is an ineffective NATO response to government attacks, the rebels were more than satisfied with the alliance's approach over the weekend.
Ajdabiya is a gateway to their stronghold of Benghazi, some 150 km up the Mediterranean coast. It has been the launch point for insurgents during a week-long fight for the oil port of Brega and its fall would be a serious loss.
(Al Jazeera English: 0747 PST, April 8, 2011) Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO secretary-general, talks to Al Jazeera about what he says is progress being made in implementing UN Security Council resolution 1973 - and about the deaths caused by NATO forces near Brega.
He says there has been no breach of the arms embargo since NATO has been enforcing it. the bombing of "friendly forces" was a "very unfortunate incident," and that he "strongly regrets the loss of life" - but that the situation on the ground is "very fluid."
British Foreign Secretary: 'UK Sorry for Libyan Rebel Deaths'
(ITN News: 0529 PST, April 8, 2011) UK Foreign Secretary William Hague says it would not harm NATO to apologise for accidently killing Libyan rebels.
Video: Tank Destroyed by NATO Warplane in Libya
(ITN News: 0800 PST, April 8, 2011) NATO releases video of an airstrike in Libya amid claims of "friendly fire" by anti-Gaddafi forces on the ground.
NATO is coming under fire for its actions in Libya -- both for not doing enough to protect civilians in Misurata in the west of the country, and for overzealousness in launching misguided air strikes in the east.
Situation Remains Fluid in Battle for Libya
(Al Jazeera English: 0738 PST, April 7, 2011) NATO's latest air strike in the eastern Libyan town of Brega that killed at least five people -- the second such friendly fire incident this week -- has raised doubts in the minds of many, who wonder whether it was really a mistake.
At the same time, rebel fighters who criticized NATO's mission failure to protect civilians in Misurata, do realize they cannot win the battle against the Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, alone.
Thousands of civilians have also begun to flee intense fighting particularly in the coastal areas between Brega and Ajdabiya, further east. Al Jazeera's Gerald Tan reports.
Strike Out: NATO Attack Kills 13 Rebels in Libya
(Russia Today: 0521 PST, April 7, 2011) Rebels in Libya say they've been hit by a NATO airstrike, with some reports suggesting as many as 13 people have been killed. This comes as UK officials are investigating Libyan claims that British planes destroyed the Arab state's largest oil field, killing three guards. RT's Paula Slier reports from Tripoli.
These two videos both report on claims made by Libyan state TV that allied air strikes caused civilian casualties. The first, from ITN News in the UK, explicitly plays down the Libyan reports and shows only footage of the burning military base targeted in the raid. The second, from Russia Today, has no commentary, but includes more of the original report, including footage of the civilians Libya claims were killed and injured in the same attack.
Libyan Base 'Hit by Coalition Air Strike'
(ITN News: 0404 PST, March 24, 2011) Libyan television shows what it says is a military base in flames after coalition air strikes on Tripoli.
Libya TV Airs Images of Tripoli Bombing Aftermath
(Russia Today: 0309 PST, March 24, 2011) Libyan broadcasters claimed that an unknown number of civilians were injured and killed in coalition airstrikes in Tripoli late on Wednesday. Fresh explosions and gunfire have been heard in the Libyan capital Tripoli, with reports saying coalition forces are targeting major military facilities across the country. Allied forces have also conducted air strikes against troops loyal to the leader Muammar Gaddafi, in the country's western city of Misurata.