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It's been exactly three years since Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi was killed - and his death has left a deep power vacuum in the country. Islamist militias in the west are battling the internationally-recognized government in the east– for control of the country and it's vast resources. Dozens have reportedly been killed in fierce fighting between pro=government forces and militias in benghazi in the last week alone.
Becky spoke to Libyan businessman Hassan Tatanaki who was a key backer of the revolution that overthrew Gadhafi. He says the uprising was plagued by radicals and extremists from the beginning.