Misurata stays resolute despite suffering

Stoic residents insist Muammar Gaddafi must go despite enduring months of siege.

    Residents in Libya's Misurata endure as months of unending siege continue to take its toll on the population, but the people remain unmoved in their resolve to to see Muammar Gaddafi go.

    But the longer the war wages on, the deeper the divisions may become leaving many wondering what kind of Libya will emerge after the last bullet has been fired.

    Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley speaks to residents in Misurata.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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