From Our Own Correspondent from Libya
'A fractured peace
Saleyha Ahsan is a British medic who worked through most of last year in Libya, tending to wounded on the frontlines as the country fought its way to the final overthrow of the Gaddafi regime. Her last despatch described how some injured anti-Gaddafi fighters were languishing in hospital with inadequate treatment. And today she has another insight into what is actually happening on the ground with a story that shows how the Libyan conflict is lingering on – with sometimes fatal consequences.' BBC World Service.