Children at school in Benghazi
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Libyans try to restore order

A document leaked to the campaigning group Global Witness has revealed the whereabouts of $53bn worth of Libyan state assets.

The papers from the Libyan Investment Authority show that the money is held in British, US, French, and Japanese banks, none of whom is commenting.

Libyans in the east of the country are attempting to establish order outside the Gaddafi regime's control. David Loyn reports from Benghazi.

  • 26 May 2011
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