In a matter of hours, Libya's new leaders will gather in Tripoli to officially announce their country has been 'liberated'.

The historic moment comes after the killing of Muammar Gaddafi outside his hometown Sirte on Thursday. But there are still many questions over his death; but those queuing to see his corpse are happy that he is gone.

The former leader's body is still on display, alongside one of his sons, in Misrata and the delay in burying them is raising concerns that proper religious traditions are being ignored.

Al Jazeera's James Bays reports from Misrata.