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Future Uncertain On Libya's Day Of 'Liberation'

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Libya's Transitional National Council could resign Sunday to make way for a new interim government that will guide the country through elections. Libyans who went to see Moammar Gadhafi's corpse Saturday in Misurata had their own thoughts on what lies ahead and what the former dictator's death means to them. NPR's Lourdes Garcia-Navarro reports from Misurata.
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