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ISIS has taken heavy losses in Libya, losing 2,500 combatants over a six-month US-led offensive. However, surviving outposts create an atmosphere of terror, and fears of a resurgence may be justified.
Today Libya is almost exclusively known for its infamous former dictator Muammar Gadaafi and a devastating civil war. Amidst the chaos one often forgets its 7000 year-long history of engineering and culture.
Benghazi was the birthplace of Libya's uprising and a symbol of hope to the nation. Five years on civil war is raging and ISIS has taken root. Journalist Feras Kilani got rare access to the heart of the chaos.
As military action against migrant smugglers continues, the Libyan authorities are playing a chaotic cat and mouse game with an endless tide of migrants and are tiring of their role as Europe's border control.
For African migrants Libya used to be a Mecca: a place to find work or get access to Europe. But now the workers who come here are trapped in the political, economic and social chaos engulfing the country.
Although the Libyan revolution is over, divisions still run dangerously deep in Sirte. Nowhere is this more damaging than in the school playground, where young friends are now sworn enemies.
Gaddafi may be gone but Libya is now a country in chaos. Rebel groups are flush with weapons and taking the law into their own hands, persecuting those thought to have been allied to Gaddafi's regime.
This powerful film goes in search of answers to a 24-year-old mystery. In the only TV interview Megrahi has ever given about his case, he claims new evidence will prove him innocent. Was he wrongly convicted?