Now what?

Source Caption: 	Libyans load their belongings into a car in a destroyed street in Sirte on October 24, 2011. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000082" title="Libya" href="/topic/international/libya-PLGEO00000082.topic">Libya's</a> new leaders began the tough task of forging an interim government uniting the nation's disparate political forces after 42 years of Moamer Kadhafi's iron-fisted rule, promising a system of Islamic sharia law.

( AFP/Getty Images / October 24, 2011 )

Source Caption: Libyans load their belongings into a car in a destroyed street in Sirte on October 24, 2011. Libya's new leaders began the tough task of forging an interim government uniting the nation's disparate political forces after 42 years of Moamer Kadhafi's iron-fisted rule, promising a system of Islamic sharia law.

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