BBC Correspondent Karen Allen in Martyr's Square, Tripoli
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Libyans celebrate the Muslim festival of Eid after Gaddafi

Libyans will take part in the Muslim festival of Eid today - the first since former dictator Colonel Gaddafi was killed.

To mark the event, Libya's governing body the National Transitional Council has released prisoners believed to be loyal to the Gaddafi regime.

BBC Correspondent Karen Allen reports from Martyr's Square in Tripoli.

  • 06 Nov 2011
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