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Libya - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Libya (Arabic: ‏ليبيا ‎ Lībyā, Berber: ⵍⵉⴱⵢⴰ Libya), officially the State of Libya, is a country in North Africa.It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Egypt to the east, Sudan to the southeast, Chad and Niger to the south, and Algeria and Tunisia to the west. It covers an area of almost 1.8 million square kilometres (700,000 sq mi).

Libya | Countries | NTI

Libya no longer possesses an offensive chemical weapons program, but prior to renunciation of its WMD programs, Tripoli possessed a moderately capable chemical weapons arsenal. In the 1980s, Libya constructed three chemical weapons research, development, and production facilities at Rabta, Tarhuna, and Sebha. [16]

Libya | Facts, History & News

Libya was the scene of much desert fighting during World War II. After the fall of Tripoli on Jan. 23, 1943, it came under Allied administration. In 1949, the UN voted that Libya should become independent, and in 1951 it became the United Kingdom of Libya. Oil was discovered in the impoverished country in 1958 and eventually transformed its ...

Libya | Global Focus

In Libya, an estimated 900,000 people need humanitarian assistance, according to the 2020 Humanitarian Needs Overview. IDPs, refugees and asylum-seekers are among the most vulnerable, with limited or no access to basic commodities and essential services.

Civil War in Libya | Global Conflict Tracker

Read about Libya’s civil war and struggle to restore state institutions since the ouster of Colonel Muammar al-Qaddafi. Track the latest developments on CFR’s Global Conflict Tracker.

Libya | World Food Programme

At that time Libya – one of the world’s most prolific oil-producing nations – maintained large trade surpluses. Although oil wealth did not percolate down to ordinary citizens, until 2011 the costs families incurred for food were offset to some extent by a welfare state that offered free education and healthcare.

Libya Politics, Relations & Current Affairs – Foreign Policy

Libya The Conflict in Libya Is Getting Even Messier A U.N. report suggests the UAE is using Sudanese fighters to battle the internationally recognized Libyan government.

Líbya – Wikipédia

Líbya je štát v severnej Afrike.Je štvrtým najväčším africkým štátom, šestnástym najväčším na svete. Hlavným mestom je Tripolis, má 1,7 milióna obyvateľov.Od februára do októbra 2011 tu prebiehala občianska vojna, ktorá napokon viedla k zvrhnutiu 42 rokov trvajúcej diktatúry plukovníka Muammara al-Kaddáfího.. V decembri 2017 stále zastúpenie Líbye pri OSN ...

Libya Nuclear Weapons Program | Libya Nuclear Disarmament ...

Libya pursued foreign supplies of uranium ore concentrate (UOC), for example. Reports indicate that during the 1970s, Libya imported 1,200 tons of UOC from French-controlled mines in Niger without declaring it to the IAEA, as required by the NPT. [6]

Libya Haberleri - Son Dakika Yeni Libya Gelişmeleri

Libya haberleri ve en son güncel libya gelişmeleri'da. Libya ile ilgili bugünkü son dk haberler ile geçmişten bugüne fotoğraf, video ve tüm haber arşivi için tıklayın

Can a political breakthrough mend a broken Libya?

A glance at Libya’s prolonged agony since the unified institutions teetered and then collapsed in 2014 will cure even the most optimistic observer of believing in quick fixes. The aborted 2015 ...

U.S. Relations With Libya - United States Department of State

Libya’s Membership in International Organizations. Libya and the United States belong to a number of the same international organizations, including the United Nations, International Monetary Fund, and World Bank. Libya is also an observer to the World Trade Organization. Bilateral Representation

Libya country profile - BBC News

Libya's media environment is highly-polarised and virtually unregulated, reflecting the country's political instability. Satellite TV is a key news source and many outlets are based outside Libya.

Libya - BBC News

Libya’s olitical Dialogue team have adopted a mechanism to select and appoint the next executive authority that will rule the country for an interim period.

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