Life in Benghazi's refugee camp in Libya

15:29, June 19, 2011      

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Muftah holds his 27-day-old baby Ludeen at the Red Crescent refugee camp in Benghazi, Libya, June 18, 2011. Since it was put into operation on March 8, the camp, comprising pre-fabricated houses and 250 tents, have received 20,000 refugees including those from Ghana, Chad, Somalia and Nigeria once living in Libya. Most of them have come back home. Some 380 Libyans still living in the camp because their houses are in the combat zone or destroyed in the battle. (Xinhua/Dai Xuming)

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