Libya's political instability makes room for ISIS to regroup
Clip: 03/02/2019 | 9m 34s
This week Libya's prime minister and the a rival opposition leader agreed to hold nationwide elections in the war-torn country. A previous election attempt was delayed as territorial disputes and instability were allowing groups like ISIS to take advantage of the power vacuum. Christopher Livesay reported from inside Libya in October, 2018 with funding from the Pulitzer Center.
Aired: 03/02/19Video has closed captioning.
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