Tag Archives: Muammar Gaddafi

Why Libyans Really Miss Gaddafi Days?

Why some Libyans have started missing the years of Muammar Gaddafi’s authoritarian rule, just four years after the dictator was toppled? The answer is simple — lack of security. But one analyst believes that today’s Libya is the outcome of Gaddafi’s misrule.

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Libya: Why Federalist Movement Emerged in Cyrenaica?

Unless a constitutional settlement is reached between Libya's warring regions in the coming months, the country risks division into three independent countries, fears one Benghazi-based blogger.

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