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African workers, some robbed in recent violence, stuck in Libya

Here's the latest story from Libya about refugees at the border, and another story about rebels' intention to fight Gadhafi's forces.

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Stranded foreign worker Seuleu Felicite from Cameroon weeps in a shelter on March 1, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. The housekeeper said that she and her brothers, also laborers, were robbed of all their savings and passports during attacks on foreign workers during the uprising a week ago.

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Stranded foreign workers from west Africa sit in cramped conditions in a temporary shelter on March 1, 2011 in Benghazi, Libya. Thousands of foreign laborers have been stuck in Benghazi, trying to flee the violence but without transportation out of the country.