Mohamed Lagha is a Libyan freelance journalist and researcher. He covered most of Libya’s major conflicts and developments since 2011, focusing mainly on the humanitarian consequences of armed conflicts and the migration crisis across the Mediterranean. His work has appeared in outlets including Reuters, Channel 4 News and Deutsche Presse-Agentur.
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Misrata has always been known as a city of business. But after the revolution, when it took up arms against Moammar Gadhafi, the port city became a bellwether for the direction of Libya. At the head of the two governments that currently claim authority in Libya stand two figures from Misrata. Where Misrata goes, the rest of the country will follow.