Libyans rebuild lives in post-Gaddafi era

Security has improved one year after revolution, but instability and other issues haunt fledgling nation.

    It has been a year since Muammar Gaddafi's death and the collapse of his regime, and now Libya's nascent democracy faces its own challenges.

    Security has improved in the capital, but not all of the country is stable and not all former rebels have disarmed.

    Al Jazeera's Omar Al Saleh speaks to Libyans about how they are rebuilding their lives in the post-Gaddafi era.


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