Libya unrest: Many fear 'worst is yet to come'
20 May 2014 Last updated at 10:37 BST
Political tensions are rising in Libya after the government accused renegade general Khalifia Haftar of planning a coup.
Gen Haftar - whose fighters are called the "Libyan National Army" - has vowed to drive out Islamist militias that he says have taken over the country.
Officials have proposed that parliament go into recess in a bid to stave off a possible descent into renewed civil war.
But the move has done little to quell concerns amongst ordinary people, as Rana Jawad reports from Tripoli.