A portrait of the city, and one of its sons, Mohammed al-Nabbous - the first person to broadcast from within Libya and report on events in English and Arabic. The character of Nabbous embodied the story of the Arab Spring.

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Libya: Through the fire' tells the story of Mohammed Nabbous, whose efforts to broadcast the truth of the atrocities in his homeland eventually led to his tragic death, aged 28. Nabbous was shot dead by a pro-Gadaffi sniper in March 2011 while filming unfolding events in Benghazi for Libya Al Hurra TV, the independent satellite television station he founded. Written by ASO

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6 May 2011 (UK)  »

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