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Police stations, prisons reopen in Libya’s second city

BENGHAZI: Police stations, prisons and the local security headquarters have reopened in Libya’s eastern city of Benghazi for the first time in over a year, officials said, after pro-government forces seized back part of the port city.

Medics say around 450 people have been killed in a two-month offensive by pro-government forces which has restored some sense of normality in parts of the city, though fighting is still raging in the port and other areas.

Article by Ayman al-Warhalli, Daily Star.

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