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Roads in conflict-riddled Libya, where gas is cheaper than mineral water, rank among the deadliest in the world. Disregard for traffic rules, a dilapidated infrastructure and cars that fail to meet safety standards combine to make road accidents in Libya more lethal than incidents involving weapons.The Interior Ministry's traffic department recorded 4,115 road accidents across the country in 2018, killing 2,500 people and injuring more than 3,000 others.Speeding is the No. 1 cause of accidents in Libya a country of just over 6 million people and more than 4.5 million vehicles, according to the department.Rajab himself was injured in a road accident, which has left him with a limp.
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