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Tripoli, the capital of Libya, tries to get back to normal, but there are many, too many problems it has to face.
The reporter Filippo Rossi shows us a city that desperately tries to move forward despite what is happening a few kilometers from its historic center, in its suburbs tormented by war.
And while the lack of water, electricity and fuel is getting worse and worse, many migrants decide to flee from this country still far from peace, hoping to reach Italy.

2 PARTS
  • PART 1

    Voyage of Escape From the Libyan Hell

    60 miles off the Tripoli coast. It`s almost 6 pm and the sun begins to set obscuring the view from the “Ras Al-Jider” Libyan coastguard patrol boat. The sailors watch from the deck, observing the horizon when they spot far...

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  • PART 2

    Tripoli: On the Frontline

    It's a day like any other in Tripoli. The city is waking up in the early hours of the morning before the humid July heat becomes unbearable. About five kilometres from the centre, a cloud of black smoke is rising, not...

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