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Tripoli Bounces Back After Gadhafi Era Ends

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The Libyan capital Tripoli is rapidly rebounding from the fighting that ousted Moammar Gadhafi from power. Less than three weeks after the rebels launched their assault, shops are re-opening, water and electricity are back on, garbage is getting cleaned up and new city officials are working to re-establish security across the city.
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