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The Sun Sets on Libya Dawn

Apr 2, 2016 | 13:20 GMT
Libyan rebels are silhouetted at sunset on March 7, 2011. Three years later, an Islamist coalition would mount another revolt meant to topple the country's newly elected government.
Libyan rebels are silhouetted at sunset on March 7, 2011. Three years later, an Islamist coalition would mount another revolt meant to topple the country's newly elected government.
(ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

The General National Congress, or GNC, has controlled Tripoli since the violent Libya Dawn uprising in 2014. But the arrival of a new unity government in the Libyan capital after months of organizing in Tunis spells the beginning of the end of the GNC's hold on power....

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