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Libya have qualified for the African Cup of Nations despite being held to a goalless draw by Zambia in Chingola on Saturday.

After a relatively slow start to the game, Libya goalkeeper Samir Aboud made two crucial saves to deny Zambia’s strikers, handing his side a crucial point.

This result sees Zambia top Group C with 13 points, one more than unbeaten Libya.

The 28th edition of the African Cup of Nations kicks off on the 21rst of January 2012.

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