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Libya By Zhingoora Books
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The General Knowledge book series, are designed for specific country, are one of the most admired book for the improvement and learning purpose.This book contains information about... More > Background,Geography,Natural resources,Land use,Environment. Population,Sex ratio,flag of the county,Area,Border countries,Maritime claims,Elevation extremes,Land use,Natural hazards,Volcanism,Age structure,Median age,Net migration rate,Country comparison to the world,Religions,Languages,Literacy,School life expectancy ,Government,Time difference,Administrative divisions,Executive branch,Cabinet and almost everthing related with general knowledge.< Less
Leeds to Libya By Keith Schofield
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A memoir of a life at sea
Libya: A Country Profile By Library of Congress, Federal Research Division
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Capital: Tripoli (also known as Tarabulus), with an estimated population of 1,223,300 in 2002. Major Cities: Tripoli, Benghazi, Misratah, Az Zawiyah, Tobruk (according to decreasing... More > size, 2000–2002 estimates). Independence: December 24, 1951, from Italy. National Public Holidays: Commercial offices and government establishments are closed on Fridays. In 2005 the major holidays are: January 21* (Eid al Adha, Feast of the Sacrifice); February 10* (Islamic New Year); February 19* (Ashoura); March 28 (Evacuation Day); April 21* (Mouloud, Birth of Muhammad); June 11 (Evacuation Day); September 1 (Revolution Day); September 2* (Leilat al Meiraj, ascension of Muhammad); October 7 (Evacuation Day); November 4* (Eid al Fitr, end of Ramadan). Holidays that vary according to the Islamic lunar calendar are marked with an asterisk.< Less
Libya: A Country Profile By Library of Congress, Federal Research Division
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Capital: Tripoli (also known as Tarabulus), with an estimated population of 1,223,300 in 2002. Major Cities: Tripoli, Benghazi, Misratah, Az Zawiyah, Tobruk (according to decreasing... More > size, 2000–2002 estimates). Independence: December 24, 1951, from Italy. National Public Holidays: Commercial offices and government establishments are closed on Fridays. In 2005 the major holidays are: January 21* (Eid al Adha, Feast of the Sacrifice); February 10* (Islamic New Year); February 19* (Ashoura); March 28 (Evacuation Day); April 21* (Mouloud, Birth of Muhammad); June 11 (Evacuation Day); September 1 (Revolution Day); September 2* (Leilat al Meiraj, ascension of Muhammad); October 7 (Evacuation Day); November 4* (Eid al Fitr, end of Ramadan). Holidays that vary according to the Islamic lunar calendar are marked with an asterisk.< Less
Travel Journal Libya By E Locken
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Travel Journal Libya - Keep a diary of your holiday / vacation to Libya, includes diary, budget planner, activity planner, packing checklist and other useful aids to help you record and remember... More > every aspect of your trip.< Less
The State of Libya After Gadhafi By Liam Carman
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The State of Libya after Gadhafi. A Book on Libya, the entire history of Libyan War aftermath, how is Libya copping without Gadhafi Civil wars most frequently occur in states that lack the resources... More > necessary to sustain the basic institutions of governance and provide public services. Libya, however, was wealthy in comparison with many other war-torn countries. Relatively high levels of per capita income made it look like a good candidate for an easy post-conflict transition, and economic activity was widely expected to return rapidly after the war. This, in turn, was expected to facilitate a stable transition to peace and lessen the financial burden on international donors. In theory, Libya should have been well placed to foot the bill for its own reconstruction. Wealth and a fairly well-educated population promised opportunities for productive employment that itself would facilitate rebel disarmament and reintegration. A Book on Libya.< Less
From Libya With Love By C. Lyle Rishell
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This is a story of love and life and joy and despair. The characters and the scenes described are real and took place during my Dad's hardship tour of duty in Libya during 1963. It is offered as a... More > tribute and a time-capsule glimpse of the love affair he had with my Mom for almost 60 years.< Less
Dave Dawson in Libya By Robert Sidney Bowen
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Libya Business Law Handbook By Ibp Usa
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Basic business legislation, laws, export-import regulations affecting business, business climate and contacts
Libya Business Law Handbook By Ibp Usa
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Basic business legislation, laws, export-import regulations affecting business, business climate and contacts