Ramadan is a spiritual time for Muslims around the world, but in Libya this year, it has been a difficult period for many.
Although Libya has Africa’s largest crude reserves, a decade of conflict has devastated its economy and food prices are rising across the globe.
As prices rise, some Libyan families are struggling to break their daylight fast.
Al Jazeera’s Malik Traina reports from Tripoli.
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