Libya: Misrata marks one year since ISIL's defeat in Sirte

Libya's national accord government hosted an event to mark the first year anniversary of ISIL's defeat in the city of Sirte. The government has been compensating and awarding families of the victims.

    Libya's national accord government hosted an event to mark the first year anniversary of ISIL's defeat in the city of Sirte.

    The government has been compensating and awarding families of the victims.

    Many have been invited by goverment forces as a show of appreciation for their sacrifices.

    Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Abdelwahed reports from the ceremonies in Misrata.


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