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Libyan team gets to work disposing of Gaddafi’s toxic legacy

A team of Libyan experts and military engineers monitor a dump tank. Picture: Getty

A team of Libyan experts and military engineers monitor a dump tank. Picture: Getty

A team of Libyan experts and military engineers dismantled a long range anti–aircraft missile under the supervision of the United Nations, in Tripoli on 11 November, 2012.

Experts were assigned to dump the toxic chemicals found in the air defence missiles and ammunition that was left over from the former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s regime.

 
 
 

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