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'Inshallah, we'll be back home soon'

Few people are talking more fervently about a possible end game in Libya than the Libyans themselves, particularly those who have been forced to flee the country since the conflict began in February. Many had never conceived that they could become refugees.

In the first of his reports on the current crisis, the Today programme's reporter Andrew Hosken has been to visit a camp for Libyan refugees in the town of Tatouine in Tunisia, to the west of Libya.

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