Museums in Libya
babelmed - 11/03/2010
Two Philippine female migrant workers stand in front of the collection of photos of dead and injured people on display in Libya’s third largest town Misrata. When the war began last spring, they chose to stay in Libya and volunteer at one of Misrata’s hospitals.
Since the 20th of February, Ras Jedir and Dhiba, crossing points between Tunisia and Libya are unexpectedly crowded. There are more than 110 000 refugees of all nationalities but many of them are Egyptians.
Committee to Protect Journalists says, almost three years after the revolution in Libya that ousted Qaddafi, journalists are subject to repressive legislation, abductions and physical attacks.