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Violence flares in a fractured Libya, where chaos still reigns

Migrants wait in a shelter on Sept. 5 after being removed from Tripoli’s airport road because of fighting

FAMILIES ARE “LIVING IN FEAR” AFTER A week of fighting and indiscriminate shelling in Tripoli, the U.N.’s humanitarian coordinator in Libya said Sept. 2. At least 61 died, 159 were wounded, and some 400 inmates escaped

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