Libyan man shares proof of violence in Tripoli

Ali, who has returned to his hometown of Misurata, narrates horror that he faced in Libyan capital.

    As the pro-democracy fighters advance in Libya, news of what has been going on in Gaddafi-held areas is being revealed.

    Al Jazeera's Sue Turton has met one man who has managed to escape Tripoli, carrying extraordinary pictures of violence in the capital in his back pocket.

    Here is her report on Ali's return to Misurata.

    Ali's face is concealed in this report for the protection of his family members who are still in Tripoli.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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