Tribal Unrest In The New Libya
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On an Aug. 10 tour organized by Moammar Gadhafi's governement, an unidentified man lies in a hospital bed in Tripoli. He was allegedly injured during NATO airstrikes a day earlier.

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Libyans: NATO Bombing Raids Also Killed Civilians
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Future Uncertain On Libya's Day Of 'Liberation'
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A check point between Misrata and Beni Walid, Libya.

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Misrata Militia Restricts Who May Enter Libyan City
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Anti-Gadhafi fighters point their guns at a carpet depicting Moammar Gadhafi after taking the village of Abu Hadi, the deposed Libyan leader's birthplace, on Oct. 3. Regime loyalists who fled to the village find themselves grappling with the realities of a new nation.

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In Gadhafi's Birthplace, Loyalists Find Shaky Refuge
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Libyan Civilians Trapped In The Battle For Sirte
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Fighting Continues In Gadhafi's Hometown
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Libyans visit the destroyed Bab al-Azizia military barracks and compound of their country's ousted leader Moammar Gadhafi, in the southern suburbs of Tripoli, Libya.

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In Tripoli, Gadhafi's Palace Becomes People's Market
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A revolutionary fighter watches over two suspected Gadhafi loyalists in Sirte, Libya, last month. By some estimates, up to 30 to 40 percent of Libyans are sympathetic to former dictator Moammar Gadhafi.

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Gadhafi May Be Hard To Find, But Not His Supporters
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David Gerbi stands in front of the main synagogue in Tripoli, Libya, on Sunday. An exiled Libyan Jew, he has returned after being away for more than 40 years. He hopes to restore the synagogue and create an atmosphere of tolerance in the aftermath of Gadhafi's ouster.

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Hostile Crowd Forces Libyan Jew Out Of Synagogue
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Anti-Gadhafi Loyalists Accused Of Abusing Power
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Middle East Buzz: Palestinian Bid For Statehood
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Abbas Plans To Ask U.N. For Palestinian Statehood
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Egyptian soldiers guard the badly damaged entrance of the Israeli Embassy in Cairo on Sunday. Protesters stormed the embassy, contributing to the worst diplomatic crisis between the two countries since they signed a peace treaty in 1979. Nasser Nasser/AP hide caption

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Changing Middle East Leaves Israel Feeling Isolated
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