Timeline-Libya: from bloody uprising to elections
July 5 (Reuters) - Libyans vote on Saturday for a 200-member national assembly that will name a prime minister, enact legislation and appoint a committee to draft a constitution.
Here is a timeline of Libya since the civil war started in 2011:
Feb. 15/16, 2011 - The arrest of human rights activist Fethi Tarbel starts protests in Benghazi.
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