Revolution anthem replacing Gaddafi's Guide in Libya

Tripoli's schools are teaching democracy instead of oaths of allegiance to Muammar Gaddafi
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Libyan students wave the 'V' for victory sign at the start of the school year in Tripoli on September 18, 2011 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Schools across Libya have reopened this week after months of unrest had forced them to shut down (AFP/Getty Images)
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Libyan students chant the revolution anthem at the start of the school year (AFP/Getty Images)
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Schools in the Libyan capital are replacing repeated oaths of allegiance to the autocratic Guide, Muammar Gaddafi, with lessons in democracy (AFP/Getty Images)
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The national uprising to remove Muammar Gaddafi began more than six months ago (AFP/Getty Images)
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Libyan students and teachers chant the revolution anthem as they stand in front of the flag of Libya's former monarchy, which was adopted by anti- Gaddafi forces as their banner (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Libyan student chants the revolution anthem. Schools in Libya reopened in a festive atmosphere, according to local media reports (AFP/Getty Images)