The British government has expelled Libya's ambassador amid reports of looting at several foreign missions in Tripoli, where Libyan authorities say one of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi's sons has died in a NATO air strike.
REUTERS - The British and Italian embassies in Tripoli have been attacked, prompting Britain to expel the Libyan ambassador, the two countries said on Sunday.
UN international staff leaves Tripoli
The U.N. said Sunday the 12 international members of its staff in Tripoli had left Libya because of unrest in the capital. The U.N.'s local staff will remain.
Libyan loyalists shell Misrata
Libyan rebels said that Gaddafi's forces shelled the port of Misrata Sunday, threatening the only lifeline to a city that has been under siege for two weeks.
Date created : 2011-05-01