Libya’s war is only recently over – and there is still chaos in some areas, with militias roaming unchecked. Alongside this, a new normality, free from the constant control of Colonel Gaddafi, is emerging too. It’s safe to queue for bread, to go to school, to drink a coffee out in the open.
Yet even something as everday as a walk downtown is strewn with reminders of what liberation has cost. Saleyha Ahsan is in Tripoli, and was moved to find out more about a face in the crowd which seemed to be following her around.