TRIPOLI, Libya: Key events in Libya since Moammar Gadhafi's ouster:
- October 20: Gadhafi is captured and killed while trying to flee Sirte, his hometown and the last major city to fall to Western-backed rebels who had risen up against his regime nine months earlier.
- October 23: The National Transitional Council (NTC) declares Libya's "total liberation" and says more than 30,000 were killed in the conflict.
- October 31: NATO announces the end of its military role.
- November 19: Seif al-Islam, Gadhafi's most prominent son, is captured by militiamen in the south and detained in Zintan.
- December 12-13: Hundreds protest against the NTC in Benghazi, cradle of the revolt.
- January 26: Rights groups say former rebels have been torturing, and sometimes killing, Gadhafi loyalists.
- January 28: The NTC adopts an electoral law and announces a June 2012 vote for a constituent assembly.
- March 6: Tribal and political leaders in Benghazi declare their oil-rich region of Cyrenaica autonomous, raising fears the country may break up.
- March 17: Abdullah al-Senussi, Gadhafi's former spymaster wanted by the International Criminal Court, is arrested in Mauritania.
- March 26-27: At least 30 people are killed in two days of tribal clashes in the southern oasis of Sabha.
- March 28: Libya says oil output has recovered since the uprising, reaching 1.45 million barrels per day. Before the revolt, production was about 1.6 million bpd.
- May 8: Ex-rebels invade central government buildings, and are violently expelled. Among their demands is the payment of promised stipends.
- June 4: A militia group briefly takes control of Tripoli airport.
- June 9: Elections pushed back to July 7 for technical and logistical reasons.
- June 11: A rocket is fired at a British diplomatic convoy in Benghazi. Earlier such attacks have targeted the US embassy, the Red Cross and a UN convoy.
- June 11-20: At least 105 die in tribal fighting in the Nafusa mountains.
- June 24: Tunisia extradites Gadhafi's ex-premier Baghdadi al-Mahmudi to Libya.
- June 27-30: Nearly 50 die in tribal clashes in Kufra. In February, violence in the southeastern desert town kills more than 100.
- July 1: Demonstrators sack the electoral commission offices in Benghazi in a protest over the electoral code.
- July 7: Voters cast ballots for a national assembly, in the country's first election for almost half a century.