Young men representing ex-revolutionary militia groups, arriving from different towns in Libya, gather in front of the General National Congress (GNC) building in Tripoli, Libya, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Since tuesday, armed protestors have cut the main road leading to the Parliament, vowing not to leave until members of the ousted regime of dictator Moammar Gadhafi are excluded from political life. Five of the 27 ministers would be reconsidered, a spokesman said, after concerns were raised over their ties to the deposed regime. But that was not good enough for the protesters, who tried to storm the building but were turned back by security forces. (AP Photo/Gaia Anderson)

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Young men representing ex-revolutionary militia groups, arriving from different towns in Libya, gather in front of the General National Congress (GNC) building in Tripoli, Libya, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Since tuesday, armed protestors have cut the main road leading to the Parliament, vowing not to leave until members of the ousted regime of dictator Moammar Gadhafi are excluded from political life.  Five of the 27 ministers would be reconsidered, a spokesman said, after concerns were raised over their ties to the deposed regime. But that was not good enough for the protesters, who tried to storm the building but were turned back by security forces. (AP Photo/Gaia Anderson)
Young men representing ex-revolutionary militia groups, arriving from different towns in Libya, gather in front of the General National Congress (GNC) building in Tripoli, Libya, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Since tuesday, armed protestors have cut the main road leading to the Parliament, vowing not to leave until members of the ousted regime of dictator Moammar Gadhafi are excluded from political life. Five of the 27 ministers would be reconsidered, a spokesman said, after concerns were raised over their ties to the deposed regime. But that was not good enough for the protesters, who tried to storm the building but were turned back by security forces. (AP Photo/Gaia Anderson)
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