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Two teenage girls received a phone call that they never hoped to hear. Their favorite uncle had been killed in Libya, where their family lives. More than 150,000 have been forced to flee their homes in Libya since General Khalifa Haftar started his offensive in Tripoli. We hear from the family in Virginia using the American court system to sue General Haftar.
In this episode:
Hafed Al-Ghwell, a senior fellow at Johns Hopkins University, takes us along General Haftar's journey.
UN urges Libyans to halt fighting, instead battle coronavirus
US-Libyans sue Khalifa Haftar over civilian deaths near Tripoli
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