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Misrata Recovering From Libya's Bloody Battles

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The Libyan town of Misrata endured relentless shelling by pro-Gadhafi forces, leaving a swath of destruction through its main district. But amid the rows of bullet-pocked, burned-out buildings, shops are opening and people are trying to resume something like normal life. Some volunteers in the town have even created a sort of open-air museum of the military hardware that nearly brought them down.
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