Hundred thousands of ex-rebel fighters are struggling for a new life after the revolution. The majority lost their job, in companies linked to the regime of Gaddafi. Many are still griefing their parents lost during the war. 
Some are now working for the government that is using ex-revolutionary as police and armed forces, while unable to form a real security service or army. Ex soldiers are still organized in "captibas", independent armed brigades often acting autonomously. (image by Jean-Marc Caimi)
Hundred thousands of ex-rebel fighters are struggling for a new life after the revolution. The majority lost their job, in companies linked to the regime of Gaddafi. Many are still griefing their parents lost during the war. Some are now working for the government that is using ex-revolutionary as police and armed forces, while unable to form a real security service or army. Ex soldiers are still organized in "captibas", independent armed brigades often acting autonomously.
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