Foreigners caught in Libya's Tripoli crossfire

Foreigners left with a stark choice - they can stay in Tripoli and risk their lives because of conflict, or they can head home to potential poverty.

    Foreign nationals living in the Libyan capital have been left with a stark choice.

    They can stay in Tripoli where they risk their lives because of the ongoing fighting, or they can head home to potential poverty.

    Al Jazeera's Mahmoud Abdelwahed reports from Tripoli on why some have chosen to stay.


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