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Libya's warring governments fight on battlefield" and in DC lobbying halls

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The escalating violence in Libya poses a challenge to Washington, which seems unable to decide who the bad guy in this conflict is. DC lobbyists are enrolled by both sides to help politicians answer that question.

The NATO-backed militant uprising in Libya in 2011 was meant to bring peace and prosperity to the North African nation. But after being ‘freed’ from Muammar Gaddafi’s ‘tyranny’, Libya plunged into never-ending chaos.

Just another Regime change "success" story. Thanks, Obama and Hillary.

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