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'Lonely business' for Libyan protesters

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The battle for Libya continues, with Gaddafi's forces using tear gas and live ammunition to suppress protests in Tripoli. Yesterday 37 people died in fighting and an explosion at an ammunition dump in the east of the country.

The BBC's Jeremy Bowen reports from Tripoli.

And Giuma Bukleb, who was once imprisoned for ten years by the Gaddafi regime and came to London after being released, explains how the regime has changed.


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