Fight for Libya 'is not over'

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The death of US ambassador Christopher Stevens in a military-style attack on the US consulate in Benghazi was linked, without evidence, to Libya's largest Islamist brigade, Ansar al-Sharia.

In an exclusive interview with the BBC, commander Mohammad Ali al-Zahawi denied any involvement in that and other attacks against Western targets but said it rejected what it saw as the imposition of democracy in Libya.

Wyre Davies reports from Benghazi.

The man behind Ansar al-Sharia

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