Libyan conflict splits apart families

Civil war in North African nation has driven some children far from their parents.

    Many communities have been torn apart by the Libyan conflict. The town of Nalut near the border with Tunisia is now a virtual ghost-town.

    Large numbers of residents crossed the border to escape the fighting. 

    But as James Bays reports, some were forced to leave their relatives behind.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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