A Libyan man sits near a mocking graffiti of al-Gaddhafi, 

A  Libyan man sits near  a mocking graffiti of al-Gaddhafi, in Benghazi, Libya, Monday, Sept. 20, 2012.  In front of Benghazi's stock market, there are lakes of sewage in the street, and the grandest hotel here is a gloomy hulk with broken windows and dim corridors. The city that was the site of a deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate was the heart of Libya's revolution, and now its residents are discontent with the new leadership in Tripoli.  (AP photo/Mohammad Hannon)
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A Libyan man sits near a mocking graffiti of al-Gaddhafi, in Benghazi, Libya, Monday, Sept. 20, 2012. In front of Benghazi's stock market, there are lakes of sewage in the street, and the grandest hotel here is a gloomy hulk with broken windows and dim corridors. The city that was the site of a deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate was the heart of Libya's revolution, and now its residents are discontent with the new leadership in Tripoli. (AP photo/Mohammad Hannon)
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