TRIPOLI, LIBYA - AUGUST 25: A group of women protest against corruption and poor living conditions in Martyr’s Square on August 25, 2020 in Tripoli, Libya. In recent weeks anti government protests have increased due to the constant power outages and the failing economy. Just weeks after the Tripoli Government (GNA) and the rival eastern government declared a ceasefire and three months after Turkish-backed, pro-government forces pushed General Khalifa Haftar's forces from Tripoli creating a lull in fighting, tensions in Tripoli are once again on the rise. Government infighting, foreign interference, a failing economy, rival armed factions, fresh protests and the government's struggle to contain the spread of coronavirus, have all contributed to fears of a fresh chapter of chaos and violence.  Since the 2011 Arab spring uprising and the killing of dictator Moammar Gaddafi, Libya has descended into years of chaos with residents across the country plagued by water and food shortages, constant power outages and threats of violence, creating little chance to rebuild their lives after years of war and  instability. (Photo by Nada Harib/Getty Images)