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Months of fighting in Misrata, Libya, have left an abundance of ordnance scattered all over the city, some of which has been gathered by residents and placed in informal displays in front of buildings and in public spaces such as parks. Yet these informal museums include some extremely dangerous unexploded ordnance, and an ordnance disposal team from the ACT Alliance is working with local residents and city officials to neutralize the threat posed to civilians by the war debris. Here people ponder items collected in front of a building along Misrata's war-ravaged Tripoli Street..