Disease threatens city but the way to safety is littered with landmines
Sabrine Ferhat Bellil, who lost her brother, his wife and five of his children when the deadly storm hit Derna, hopes to find the bodies beneath the rubble so they can be buried. Photo: Zohra Bensemra/Reuters
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People whose homes were swept away by flooding in Libya a week ago faced the dilemma of whether to stay and risk infection or flee through areas where landmines have been displaced by the torrents.
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