Libya After Gaddafi: Lawlessness Remains Problem

Two years after Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's death, the oil-rich country is still dominated by destroyed buildings, a fragile economy and instability caused by separatism and rule by armed militias.

Those who remained in Libya following the civil war face day-to-day conflict, not only between government supporters and opponents, but between different militant groups, who are fighting for money and power in the mainly lawless country:

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