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Zarocostas J. Libya: war and migration strain a broken health system. Lancet 2018; 391: 824–25—In this World Report, the third paragraph should have read “Libya is now entering its eighth year of conflict and instability, which first engulfed the nation when in February, 2011, dictator of 42 years Muammar Gaddafi used violence to crush pro-democracy demonstrations. The violent clampdown sparked a civil war that led to Gaddafi’s ouster from power in August, 2011, by his rebel opponents—backed by strong aerial and naval support from western powers.” This correction has been made to the online version as of March 14, 2018.