Libyan refugee camp

A Refugee child from the town of Tawargha holds a toy gun at a refugee camp in the eastern city of Benghazi, on January 12, 2014. Following the demise and killing of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, the Tawargha residents fled their town fearing revenge by anti-Kadhafi loyalists who accused them of fighting with the regime against the revolutionaries in the nearby city of Misrata. As they wait to return home, the Tawargha say their living conditions are harsh and their children have not been able to go to school.
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( ABDULLAH DOMA / AFP/Getty Images / January 12, 2014 )

A Refugee child from the town of Tawargha holds a toy gun at a refugee camp in the eastern city of Benghazi, on January 12, 2014. Following the demise and killing of Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi, the Tawargha residents fled their town fearing revenge by anti-Kadhafi loyalists who accused them of fighting with the regime against the revolutionaries in the nearby city of Misrata. As they wait to return home, the Tawargha say their living conditions are harsh and their children have not been able to go to school.

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