A Libyan national army soldier takes a selfie on top of a building in a totally destroyed downtown Benghazi.
On February 17, 2014 Daesh proclaims the supremacy of the Caliphate on the City of Benghazi, hoisting its black banner on the roof of the Court that had been until then the symbol of the Libyan Spring of 2011.
So a civil war started in the city that will last three and a half years, bringing blood and destruction.
10,000 victims, 46,000 displaced families, for an approximate total of 250,000 people.
Two neighborhoods, Sabri and the Old City of Benghazi, for a total area of about 600 hectares and more than 6,000 buildings were fully destroyed or damaged.