In Libya, Gaddafi still dies every day

Despite being dead for months, the Brother-Leader remains the favoured target of graffiti rage.

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    Anti-Gaddafi graffiti is what dominates on the canvas that are the city walls [AFP]
    Anti-Gaddafi graffiti is what dominates on the canvas that are the city walls [AFP]

    TRIPOLI, Libya - That Muammar Gaddafi was killed in October is something that is well-known and celebrated by most here.

    Yet, despite the fact that the country struggles for stability and faces a multitude of issues (upcoming elections, pockets of Gaddafi support, dozens of armed militia groups , a recent attack on the prime minister's office, etc.) the anti-Gaddafi graffiti is what dominates on the canvas that are the city walls.

     [Al Jazeera]

    [Al Jazeera]

     

    [Al Jazeera]

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