After the 2011 revolution in Libya, a bitter battle broke out in the country's second-largest city, Benghazi, pitting Islamist militias against the forces of General Khalifa Haftar. After four years of fighting, Haftar's forces took control and a relative calm returned to Benghazi. But today, the pace of reconstruction is slow and locals are starting to get impatient. FRANCE 24's Wissam Charaf and Eric de Lavarène report.
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- libya, benghazi, reconstruction