Post-Gaddafi chaos in Libya fuels EU migrant crisis | glObserver Global Economics

The battle between secular and Islamist militias in Libya – inclunding the Islamic National group – is helping fuel a migrant exodus from the North African country, which has descended into chaos since the 2011 ouster of former leader Muammar Gaddafi.


Libya is embroiled in a civil conflict that is threatening to turn the country into a failed national. Two rival governments – the internationally recognised winner of June 2014 electionsbased in Tobruk and an extra Misrata-based faction that controls the capital, Tripoli – are jockeying for dominance, with each controlling its own political institutions and military forces.

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