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Libyans celebrate first anniversary of Arab Spring uprising

Libyans gather to celebrate the first anniversary, according to the Islamic calender, of the start of the uprising against former leader Moamer Kadhafi, and break their fast in Martyr's Square, in Tripoli, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan

Libyans celebrate first anniversary of Arab Spring uprising
A man holds the Libyan flag as others gather to celebrate the first anniversary, according to the Islamic calendar, of the start of the uprising against former leader Moamer Kadhafi, and break their fast in Martyr's Square, in Tripoli, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on August 8, 2012. Kadhafi was captured and killed on October 20, 2011, while trying to flee Sirte, his hometown and the last major city to fall to Western-backed rebels who rose up against his regime nine months earlier. (AFP/Getty Images)
Libyans celebrate first anniversary of Arab Spring uprising
Libyans gather to celebrate the first anniversary, according to the Islamic calendar, of the start of the uprising against former leader Moamer Kadhafi, and break their fast in Martyr's Square, in Tripoli, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on August 8, 2012. Kadhafi was captured and killed on October 20, 2011, while trying to flee Sirte, his hometown and the last major city to fall to Western-backed rebels who rose up against his regime nine months earlier. (AFP/Getty Images)
Libyans celebrate first anniversary of Arab Spring uprising
Libyans celebrate the first anniversary, according to the Islamic calendar, of the start of the uprising against former leader Moamer Kadhafi by gathering to break their fast in Martyr's Square, in Tripoli, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on August 8, 2012. Kadhafi was captured and killed on October 20, 2011, while trying to flee Sirte, his hometown and the last major city to fall to Western-backed rebels who rose up against his regime nine months earlier. (AFP/Getty Images)
Libyans celebrate first anniversary of Arab Spring uprising
A Libyan man holds the Libyan flag as others gather to celebrate the first anniversary, according to the Islamic calendar, of the start of the uprising against former leader Moamer Kadhafi, and break their fast in Martyr's Square, in Tripoli, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on August 8, 2012. Kadhafi was captured and killed on October 20, 2011, while trying to flee Sirte, his hometown and the last major city to fall to Western-backed rebels who rose up against his regime nine months earlier. (AFP/Getty Images)
Libyans celebrate first anniversary of Arab Spring uprising
Libyans celebrate the first anniversary, according to the Islamic calendar, of the start of the uprising against former leader Moamer Kadhafi by gathering to break their fast in Martyr's Square, in Tripoli, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on August 8, 2012. Kadhafi was captured and killed on October 20, 2011, while trying to flee Sirte, his hometown and the last major city to fall to Western-backed rebels who rose up against his regime nine months earlier. (AFP/Getty Images)
Libyans celebrate first anniversary of Arab Spring uprising
Libyans celebrate the first anniversary, according to the Islamic calendar, of the start of the uprising against former leader Moamer Kadhafi by gathering to break their fast in Martyr's Square, in Tripoli, during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on August 8, 2012. Kadhafi was captured and killed on October 20, 2011, while trying to flee Sirte, his hometown and the last major city to fall to Western-backed rebels who rose up against his regime nine months earlier. (AFP/Getty Images)