Ever since the end of the Libyan revolution last October, the militias—both secular and Islamist--that overthrew former leader Muammar Gaddafi have acted with impunity. They stole cars and confiscated buildings. They clashed with rival brigades using heavy weaponry they pilfered from military bases. But an interim government too weak and disorganized to confront the brigades was unable to persuade them to merge them into a national army and police force.
PhotojournalismJohann Brandstätter & Mariela Zamfirova - photojournalists focusing on crises and conflicts, military and transportation anywhere in the world. We also work on social and environmental issues.
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