Fighting between rival governments and militias has plunged the country into anarchy, creating a vacuum for groups like ISIS to move into.
A coalition of armed groups is advancing against the IS stronghold in Sirte, but faces land mines, treacherous booby traps, and a town that may be loyal to a rival.
The Saharan town of Ubari is now at peace — but full of kids with weapons and no prospects for a life after the fighting. And Libya's three rival governments can do very little about it.
Libya has a new, UN-backed government and two others fighting for control. That's making life impossible for Libyans, including a biker club that's got nowhere left to ride.