Members of the Libyan army give protection to a demonstration in support of the Libyan army under the leadership of General Khalifa Haftar, in Benghazi, Libya, August 14, 2015. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori
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In 2011, NATO's Western members were all too happy to get involved in Libya, bombing it from the skies, and toppling the Gadhafi regime.European countries had been all too happy to ignore the situation as an entire North African country began falling apart. They turned a blind eye to the proliferation of arms and the increasing violence threatening Libya's neighboring countries.It is too little too late for former colonial power Italy to warn that Libya is in danger of becoming a new Somalia.
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