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Rights Group Says Political Assassinations Worsening in Libyai
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August 09, 2013 1:04 AM
U.S.-based Human Rights Watch says Libya's post-revolution unrest has taken an ominous turn with militants carrying out a targeted political killing for the first time. As VOA's Michael Lipin reports, analysts say the broadening series of assassinations highlights Libya's need for Western support as it struggles to avoid becoming a failed state.

Rights Group Says Political Assassinations Worsening in Libya

Published August 08, 2013

U.S.-based Human Rights Watch says Libya's post-revolution unrest has taken an ominous turn with militants carrying out a targeted political killing for the first time. As VOA's Michael Lipin reports, analysts say the broadening series of assassinations highlights Libya's need for Western support as it struggles to avoid becoming a failed state.


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