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Libya: Country Profile

Currency: Libyan Dinar (LYD)
Area: 1.76m sq km
Population: 6.4m
Capital City: Tripoli
People: 97% Arab and Berber
Language(s): Arabic. English and Italian understood in major cities
Religion(s): 97% Sunni Muslim
Currency: Libyan Dinar (LYD)

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State Dept. Official: \'There Was Never a Deep State Before, But These Idiots Ha...
Jezebel State Dept. Official: 'There Was Never a Deep State Before, But These Idiots Have Managed to Create One' Jezebel US District Judge Derrick Watson, who sits in Honolulu, wrote that the September rule ?plainly discriminates based on nationality? and blocked travel restrictions on C...
Hafter calls on Thinni government to prioritise payments for war casualties - Li...
Libya Herald Hafter calls on Thinni government to prioritise payments for war casualties Libya Herald He also called for the wounded and families of the martyrs to be exempted from paying taxes and tuition fees or repaying loans as well as be provided with free healthcare insurance ; for the wo...
Teachers\' strike shows no sign of ending - Libya Herald
Libya Herald Teachers' strike shows no sign of ending Libya Herald Striking teachers show no sign of calling off their industrial action despite assurances by the Presidency Council's (PC) education minister that they would be paid a promised bonus, as well as given the health insurance...
Start of school year delayed indefinitely - Libya Herald
Start of school year delayed indefinitely Libya Herald The teachers have want salaries to be doubled, that they be provided with healthcare insurance like other professional groups in the country, and that there is security in schools. Although Benghazi and the rest of the east supposedly come...
Overnight Regulation: Federal judge temporarily halts third Trump travel ban | F...
The Hill Overnight Regulation: Federal judge temporarily halts third Trump travel ban | FCC chief dismisses Trump threat to ... The Hill have announced a bipartisan agreement to stabilize the ObamaCare insurance markets. But the deal is getting a cold shoulder from Republicans, signaling a roc...
Striking teachers reject GNA offer: report - Libya Herald
Libya Herald Striking teachers reject GNA offer: report Libya Herald It would cover all teachers across the country whether in areas controlled by the PC or the Libya National Army. Teachers have been demanding that their salaries be doubled in addition to health insurance and better securit...
Washington attorney general joins health subsidy lawsuit - CT Post
CT Post Washington attorney general joins health subsidy lawsuit CT Post SEATTLE, WA - MARCH 06: Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson holds a press conference to discuss President Trump's new immigration Executive Order on March 6, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Earlier today, Presid...
PC looks to health insurance ideas - Libya Herald
PC looks to health insurance ideas Libya Herald Moves to ensuring that the national health service is fully and effectively funded have taken a step forward with the establishment by the Presidency Council (PC) of a general health insurance organisation. The PC decree was made on 28 Septembe...
This Lawyer Has Tales to Tell: A Legal Career Intersects With History - Daily Bu...
Daily Business Review This Lawyer Has Tales to Tell: A Legal Career Intersects With History Daily Business Review The group of lawyers obtained a settlement from the insurance company that varied by passenger, but when the case settled in 1989, the mother McCaffrey represented was awarded $4 m...
News Roundup - Tue, Oct 17, 2017 | The Libya Observer - The Libya Observer
News Roundup - Tue, Oct 17, 2017 | The Libya Observer The Libya Observer Man-Made River administration in southern Libya announced Monday the start of maintenance for the main valves at the control system at Shuwarif station, ... and more »
 
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