Libya votes amid ‘dividing’ boycott – BBC News

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BBC News
Libyans took to the polls on Thursday to elect a 60 member assembly, which will draft Libya’s constitution. Overnight, five polling stations were bombed in the eastern city of Derna and the vote is taking place amid a significant boycott by much of the Libyan
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