Libyan tribes: Struggle to reconcile after years of revolution

b_179_129_16777215_00_images_LBY130208AA003.jpegTRIPOLI - Rows of identical temporary housing and a smell of rotting food and sweat made more pungent by the unbearable heat mark the camp that has become home to 300 families of the Tawergha tribe, forced to flee their homes during the Libyan revolution.

Slogans daubed onto the walls of the camp's primary school express the common sentiments of the thousands living on this former construction site in the outskirts of Tripoli: "I want to go back to my old school" or "I am proud to be Tawergha."

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