Gaddafi may have gone from Libya amid scenes of celebration, but what’s left behind is a country in chaos.
Heavily armed rebels still control much of the country, with towns in ruins, infrastructure destroyed and a justice system struggling to get back on track.
Dateline’s Yaara Bou Melhem gets rare access to the prisons where thousands of people, perceived to have sided with the former regime, are being held indefinitely without charge.
She also visits the country’s sprawling refugee camps to document stories of torture and abuse.
Elections take place in June, amid new tension over a split between the country’s east and west, so what does the future hold for Libya?
WATCH - See Yaara’s unique access to a nation at a crossroads, which subsequently won a United Nations Australia Media Peace Award in October 2012.
BLOG - Yaara writes about her confronting experience filming in an all-male prison for this report.
INTERACTIVE - Use our interactive guide to get the latest on the political situation across North Africa and the Middle East.
REPLAY - Look back at Dateline's coverage of the Arab Uprising, including our reports from Libya before, during and after Gaddafi's fall.
On air: 10th April 2012