Evidence of torture and illegal detention in Libya


The BBC has seen first-hand evidence of torture and illegal detention as rival Libyan tribes clash in the west of the country.

The country is about to hold its first nationwide elections in more than 40 years.

But eight months after the death of Colonel Gaddafi, some observers say his removal has exposed dangerous divisions in a weak, fragmented country.

The BBC's Wyre Davies reports.

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