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A rebel combatant heads down a road in eastern Libya, March 2011. Many Libyan expatriates are now planning their own homecomings.  (Photo: Nasser Nouri/Flickr)
24 Aug 11
Exiles prepare to go back to visit family and help rebuild country.
24 Aug 11
Basic medical supplies needed as fight for control of Libyan capital continues.
Muammar Gaddafi has become the butt of humour as fear of him subsides in Libya. (Photo: Crethi Plethi/Flickr)
23 Aug 11
Tripoli residents celebrate with “Zenga Zenga” song from viral web clip.
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's long reign finally seems to be nearing its end.
22 Aug 11
Libyan activist prepares to go home as regime is poised to fall.
The Transitional National Council is being urged to reorganise the armed forces. (Photo: Nasser Nouri/Flickr)
Interview
10 Aug 11
Killing of rebel commander puts pressure on Benghazi administration to rein in militias.
Morale in opposition capital Benghazi said to remain high despite murder of military commander. (Photo: Michaël S/Flickr)
Interview
8 Aug 11
Opposition sympathisers acknowledge commander’s death was a setback but insist it has not affected morale.
Camp for Libyan refugees in southern Tunisia. (Photo: IWPR)
First Person
17 May 11
Activist visits southern Tunisia to find out how best to help those displaced by the conflict.
Libyan opposition forces in action. (Photo: Nasser Nouri/Flickr)
11 May 11
Morale amongst injured fighters high with many determined to return to the front once they recover.
Migrants workers flee the Libyan conflict. (Photo: Magharebia/Flickr)
First Person
30 Mar 11
International community need to ensure that it protects non-combatants from violence by both sides in the conflict.

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