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Defense Misrata brigade fighter Abdallah Karim watches for jihadi militants amid the destruction of his city. "I don't care," he says. "I just want the Islamic State men to be dead." (Mathieu Galtier/Special to the Washington Times)

Libya once again braces for chaos as Islamic State retreats



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