Displaced in Libya (Extra Scene from ‘Libya’s Quiet War’)

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Over 400,000 people are internally displaced across Libya due to conflict. The Tuareg camped out at an abandoned building site in Libya’s southwest Sahara are some. Now that a fragile peace has been forged in the nearby oasis town of Ubari after over a year of war, there is hope that many can return home.

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Libya’s Quiet War: The Tuareg of South Libya

In remote southwest Sahara, the indigenous Tuareg tribe — variously used and discriminated against by former strongman Muammar Qaddafi — fight for their place in a post-revolutionary Libya.

Living deep in Libya’s desert near large oil fields and lucrative smuggling routes, hundreds of miles from Libya’s capital, the Tuareg find themselves impoverished and isolated on this prized land.

Nowhere is this felt more than in the oasis town of Ubari. Here the Tuareg are pitted against former neighbors in a proxy battle for assets and power, backed by government and international interests.

VICE News travels to meet the Tuareg on the front lines of Ubari and the border town of Ghat, to find out what is really happening in this rarely visited land.

Read “In a Southern Libya Oasis, a Proxy War Engulfs Two Tribes” – http://bit.ly/1QawO6n

Watch “Libya’s Migrant Trade: Europe or Die” – http://bit.ly/1Pon6cX

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Libya’s Quiet War (Trailer)

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In remote southwest Sahara, the indigenous Tuareg tribe — variously used and discriminated against by former strongman Muammar Qaddafi — fight for their place in a post-revolutionary Libya.

Living deep in Libya’s desert near large oil fields and lucrative smuggling routes, hundreds of miles from Libya’s capital, the Tuareg find themselves impoverished and isolated on this prized land.

Nowhere is this felt more than in the oasis town of Ubari. Here the Tuareg are pitted against former neighbors in a proxy battle for assets and power, backed by government and international interests.

VICE News travels to meet the Tuareg on the front lines of Ubari and the border town of Ghat, to find out what is really happening in this rarely visited land.

Read “In a Southern Libya Oasis, a Proxy War Engulfs Two Tribes” – http://bit.ly/1QawO6n

Watch “Libya’s Migrant Trade: Europe or Die” – http://bit.ly/1Pon6cX

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