How corruption within Libya’s warring factions worsened the impact of floods


NPR’s Scott Simon asks Atlantic Council researcher Alia Brahimi how corruption in Libya contributed to the devastation wrought by recent flooding there.

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Damion Green chose not to vote for himself, fearing it would seem narcissistic — he …