Warum die USA nun in Libyen kämpfen

Und was das für das nordafrikanische Land bedeutet.
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Libyens Bürgerkrieg

(FILE) - A one-legged Libyan rebel fighter walks on the road near a check point between Ajdabiya and Brega, Libya, on 12 April 2011. French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe on 12 April accused NATO of hanging back in Libya, saying the military alliance was not sufficiently fulfilling its role of destroying leader Muammer Gaddafi's heavy weapons. On 31 March, NATO took over a campaign of airstrikes against Gaddafi's regime, as well as responsibility for overseeing a no-fly zone over the country, from a Western-led alliance dominated by the United States, France and Britain. EPA/VASSIL DONEV (zu dpa Themenpaket Arabischer Frühling vom 12.01.2016) +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++
(FILE) - A one-legged Libyan rebel fighter walks on the road near a check point between Ajdabiya and Brega, Libya, on 12 April 2011. French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe on 12 April accused NATO of hanging back in Libya, saying the military alliance was not sufficiently fulfilling its role of destroying leader Muammer Gaddafi's heavy weapons. On 31 March, NATO took over a campaign of airstrikes against Gaddafi's regime, as well as responsibility for overseeing a no-fly zone over the country, from a Western-led alliance dominated by the United States, France and Britain. EPA/VASSIL DONEV (zu dpa Themenpaket Arabischer Frühling vom 12.01.2016) +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++ Foto: dpa/Vassil Donev