When Colonel Muammar Gaddafi finally fled his home in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, ahead of advancing revel forces who'd waged a six-month revolution the news was greeted with joy in the streets...

But the immediate future does not look rosy despite the fact Libya is now free of the dictator's rule of more than 40 years...

According to reports at least 400 people were killed and 2,000 injured in fierce fighting between the rebels and Gaddafi's forces... To make matters worse repeated interruptions of power and water supplies made it difficult to provide medical care for the injured, Dr Prinitha Pillay of Doctors Without Borders says...

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