Libya: Six years on, what remains of the revolution in key city of Zintan?

Six years have passed since the outbreak of the revolution that led to the ouster and killing of Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi. With the country divided between rival clans, some are beginning to miss the old regime, however despised it was at the time. Our reporter Charles Emptaz went to Zintan, near Tripoli, which was the scene of fierce fighting between revolutionaries and pro-Gaddafi loyalists.

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