Benghazi street scene
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Libyans battle to be heard in Benghazi's new era

The uprising that brought an end to the 42-year rule of Col Muammar Gaddafi began in the city of Benghazi, but some residents there feel they are already being left behind in the new Libya.

The transitional government has moved west to the capital Tripoli, but problems remain the rebel stronghold, as Jon Donnison explains.

  • 30 Dec 2011
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