Historic moment as Libyans play football under new flag

Libya's national football team won its Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Mozambique
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A Libyan parades during the opening of 10th All-Africa Games in Maputo on September 3, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Libyans celebrate a goal as they watch the Africa Cup of Nations football qualifying match between Libya and Mozambique on a giant open air screen in the capital Tripoli on September 3, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Libyan athletes sing 'Libya Is Free' during the opening of 10th All-Africa Games in Maputo on September 3, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Libyan family watches a football match between Libya and Mozambique on a giant open air screen in the capital Tripoli on September 3, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
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The team is playing in their new white kit bearing a pre-Gaddafi red, black and green striped flag with a crescent moon, adopted by the rebels and now the National Transitional Council. (AFP/Getty Images)
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South Africa agreed last month to host the African Cup of Nations in 2013 in a swap with Libya, which had been due to hold the cup (AFP/Getty Images)
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Libyan athletes sing 'Libya Is Free' during the opening of 10th All-Africa Games in Maputo on September 3, 2011. President of Mozambique Armando Guebuza opened the games at Zimpeto National Stadium(AFP/Getty Images)
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Libyan athletes sing 'Libya Is Free' during the opening of 10th All-Africa Games in Maputo on September 3, 2011. President of Mozambique Armando Guebuza opened the games at Zimpeto National Stadium (AFP/Getty Images)
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Libyan athletes sing 'Libya Is Free' during the opening of 10th All-Africa Games in Maputo on September 3, 2011. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Libya will instead host the tournament in 2017 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Libyan athletes during the opening of 10th All-Africa Games in Maputo on September 3, 2011, (AFP/Getty Images)
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Mozambique is expecting 5,000 men and women from 48 countries to compete in 24 sports from September 4. (AFP/Getty Images)