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Whoever thinks the two million inhabitants of the Libyan capital are hiding under basement stairs while anxiously waiting for the NATO bombs is wrong. Every night is great fun for hundreds of youngsters at the corner of the approximately 30 hectares large military complex in the heart of Tripoli. Opposite the old residence of Gaddafi perform a variety of singers, which is directly broadcast on State TV. The place is not randomly chosen. The façade wall is hung with portraits and banners that show the strikes by British and American bombs in 1986.