Libya: As the war for Tripoli drags on, the Libyan capital is in disarray

[The North Africa Journal - Africa] - 4/10/2019
Tripoli, Oct 3, 2019 – Faraj al-Doukali hastened to unload the dozens of rubbish bags from his van onto a sidewalk dump in Siyahiya, a residential district west of the Libyan capital. “Each weekend I collect the rubbish from my four brothers at the farm where we live and I look for somewhere to (...)
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