Abdulla Naker of Tripoli's Revolutionary Council
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Libya: Tight security after Tripoli unrest

Forces of the new Libyan government have stepped up security in the capital Tripoli, a day after clashes with armed supporters of Colonel Gaddafi.

Abdulla Naker of Tripoli's Revolutionary Council told reporters: ''We will clean up all of Tripoli's neighbourhoods.''

Meanwhile, fighting continues in the former Libyan leader's hometown of Sirte.

The BBC's Daniel Griffiths reports.

  • 16 Oct 2011
  • From the section Africa
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