The new Libyan government has set an end-of-year deadline for former revolutionaries to clear the capital of the unnecessary presence of armed militia groups and their weapons. Otherwise, say the new leaders, Tripoli will be locked down. The city's been flooded with former rebels ever since they stormed in to oust Colonel Gaddafi in August. Since the dictator's death, Libyans have been starting to rebuild their lives but, as Oksana Boyko reports, many challenges still lie ahead.
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