Ninth anniversary of Libya's revolution

Nine years have passed since Libya's revolution but people there say there is nothing to celebrate as the conflict drags on.

    The power vacuum left behind has led to the current conflict.

    The capital Tripoli has seen intense fighting over the past few months.

    Al Jazeera's Charles Stratford met residents who fled their homes and are not sure when they can go back.


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