NATO's 'humanitarian intervention' in Libya was supposed to bring peace while, every day, stories come out highlighting the tribal divide engulfing the country. A recent report by Amnesty International shows that human rights abuses are rampant in Libya and that the country is in chaos. Since the beginning of the revolution, there have been accusations of racist hatred and violent acts against black people in the country.
Villages populated by black people have been ethnically cleansed; many were lynched or simply gunned down. Last week we described how Libya has been facing tribal issues ever since the revolution began in there. On this week's INFocus, we uncover another repercussion of the Libyan war; the systematic human rights abuses leveled at Black African's, living in the country.