Libya's Amazigh in concert
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Libya's Amazigh celebrate their New Year with a concert

Over the weekend, North Africa's indigenous Amazigh celebrated their new year of 2963.

The Amazigh have been demanding more rights in countries across the region.

Now in Libya, they have celebrated their new year for the first time in public with a concert, which in itself is a novelty in the country.

And as BBC Africa's correspondent in Tripoli, Rana Jawad, has been finding out, there have been other developments for Libya's Amazigh recently

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  • 14 Jan 2013