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Libyan city of Benghazi dreams of brighter future after war

By France 24
02 March 2018   |   3:26 pm
Benghazi is on its knees. Libya’s second-largest city is struggling to recover from four years of war between jihadist militias and the self-declared "Libyan National Army" led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar. Some 40 percent of the eastern port city was destroyed in the fighting.

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