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Libya

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Migrants from Sub-Saharan Africa, often assumed to be Gaddafi's mercenaries, leave Tripoli

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People cheer as rebel fighters drive through Benghazi: IRIN

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Thousands of Libyans and migrants fled to refugee camps across the border in Tunisia when civil war erupted in Libya in February 2011.


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Media in Libya

Changes to the ownership of media outlets in the country have taken place over the month of August, with the former pro-Qadhafi TV stations Al-Jamahiriya, Al-Libiyah and JANA news agency being replaced by the Syria-based satellite channel, Al-Ra’y.  The channel presents a mix of news, call-in programs, and commentary.  Content is generally anti-NATO and anti-rebel.  Anti-Qadhafi media has expanded its share of Libyan media from Qatar-based Libya TV, and Al-Yawm and Birniq newspapers and various social media avenues earlier in the conflict, in acquiring the Jamahiriya network in August.  


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