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Libyans Seek Refuge in Former Chinese Worker Housing Units
In the southern outskirts of Tripoli the Beijing Construction and Engineering Group had plans to build 15,000 new units, but the workers fled the country in March and abandoned the site. It is now home to 480 Libyan refugees.
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Libyan refugees have been settled near a construction site at Sidi Sayah on Tripoli's outskirts.

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Chinese workers were building 15,000 residential units in the area.

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Dozens of children are among the 480 internally displaced people housed at 'New Tripoli'.

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With no school at the compound children have to find their own entertainment.

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A refugee family at Sidi Sayah near Tripoli.

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Men break their Ramadan fast with fruit and soup.

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Most of the families at the refugee camp come from the rebel-controlled city of Benghazi or the Western Mountains.

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Food is brought into the camp each day and heated on basic electric cookers.

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Most of the families at the refugee camp come from the rebel-controlled city of Benghazi or the Western Mountains.

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Most of the families are Qaddafi supporters who fled Benghazi.

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The accommodation is basic, but many say they welcome the security.

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A Benghazi doctor says he would have been killed if he had stayed in the east of Libya.

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Libyans Seek Refuge in Former Chinese Worker Housing Units

In the southern outskirts of Tripoli the Beijing Construction and Engineering Group had plans to build 15,000 new units, but the workers fled the country in March and abandoned the site. It is now home to 480 Libyan refugees.

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