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A Libyan man watches a protest against the Tripoli-based militias and supporting the new national army and the police corps in the Libyan capital Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. Thousands of protesters have gathered in Libya's capital to call on unlawful armed groups to leave the city, a week after militiamen killed more than 40 people. The head of Tripoli's local council, Al-Sadat al-Badri, told the crowd on Friday that the city will remain on strike until the capital and its surroundings are free of militias. (AP Photo/Manu Brabo)
Photo by: Manu Brabo
A Libyan man watches a protest against the Tripoli-based militias and supporting the new national army and the police corps in the Libyan capital Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. Thousands of protesters have gathered in Libya's capital to call on unlawful armed groups to leave the city, a week after militiamen killed more than 40 people. The head of Tripoli's local council, Al-Sadat al-Badri, told the crowd on Friday that the city will remain on strike until the capital and its surroundings are free of militias. (AP Photo/Manu Brabo)

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