A terrorist bombing of a hospital in Benghazi, Libya, killed 15 people and wounded dozens more. Ever since the "revolution" there has been anarchy in Libya. Foreign embassies have pulled out of the country citing safety concerns. Armed gangs of Islamist youths roam the streets and harass people trying to go about their business. Militias regularly storm government buildings and interrupt parliament whenever they don't get their way. Unemployment and poverty is now rampant in what used to be the African country with the highest standard of living. Ordinary people have begun to take to the streets in recent times to protest against the Islamists and the Muslim Brotherhood. Many Libyans blame Qatar for funding the Islamist militias and Qatari flags have been burned on the streets of Benghazi and Tripoli.
Libya: The government has got to go, say protesters | euronews, world news
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