Since the overthrow of Colonel Gadaffi in 2011, Libya has joined a long list of “failed” or “fragile” states around the world, that is, states riven by internal dissent and without effective national government. In the case of Libya there have been rival governments based in Tripoli and Tobruk for several years, while a large part of the country is controlled by neither.
One of the effects of state failure is that neither Libyan authorities nor international agencies are able to offer effective protection and support for approximately half a million displaced Libyans who are either displaced internally or have returned from abroad. Similarly there are around two-thirds of a million non-Libyan migrants in the country who…

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