Fuad Gritla, the morning host on 100.7 FM, knows his listeners in Libya’s capital are grouchy, and he’s trying to help. Tripoli has not witnessed the change that many had hoped it would see a year after Moammar Khadafy’s fall. Political progress has been downright sluggish. There are lots of weapons and little security. And people here are getting more and more anxious.
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