Libya conflict takes a toll on people's mental health

Libyan women bear the brunt of endless violence with little help coming their way to fight the trauma.

    In Libya, years of conflict since the fall of leader Muammar Gaddafi has scarred an entire generation.

    Women and children, in particular, are struggling to cope with the loss of family members on the front lines. Many say they do not get the help they need.

    Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley reports from Misrata.


    YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

    FGM: The last cutting season

    FGM: The last cutting season

    Maasai women are spearheading an alternative rite of passage that excludes female genital mutilation.

    'No girl is safe': The mothers ironing their daughters' breasts

    Victims of breast ironing: It felt like 'fire'

    Cameroonian girls are enduring a painful daily procedure with long lasting physical and psychological consequences.

    Could mega-dams kill the mighty River Nile?

    Could mega-dams kill the mighty River Nile?

    For Ethiopia, a new dam holds the promise of much-needed electricity; for Egypt, the fear of a devastating water crisis.