Political divisions have marked Libya since the fall of Qaddafi three years ago. Rival militias and political factions are vying for power and control of country. We'll find out what's driving the instability with Khaled M, a Libyan American recording artist and political activist.
Khaled M is an Libyan-American hip-hop artist based in Chicago. He's also the son of exiles, who fled Libya in the 1970s. Last December he traveled to Libya for the first time, and met the US American ambassador Christopher Stevens.
Libyan-American hip hop artist Khaled M has closely followed the fight to oust Muammar Qaddafi. Khaled lives in Chicago but grew up in Lexington, Kentucky, home to a Libyan-American community active in opposition politics.