Libya turmoil: Revenge killings suspected


TRIPOLI, Libya – As Libya's capital slowly staggers back to life, evidence is emerging of revenge killings committed by both rebels and the regime army, which could provoke continuing violence.

Outside the Bab al Aziziah compound, the vast complex of military barracks where Moammar Gadhafi lived with his family, bodies lay bloated in the hot sun. Nearby, two dozen corpses lay around a makeshift field hospital.

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