Libya conflict: Tripoli, two tales of one city

Peace and punishment in one city, Al Jazeera look at the contrasting sides of life in Libya's capital.

    People in Libya are trying to maintain some semblance of their everyday lives.

    The closer to the front lines of fighting they are, the harder it is to move around, socialise, and even sleep.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford reports from southern Tripoli, Libya, on the realities of living with, and fleeing, war.


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