Who is ruling Libya?
Moamar (Colonel) Gadafi is finding himself under increasing pressure to step down. This is posted Monday, August 22nd, 2011.
"Ya Beladi"or "Libya, Libya, Libya" is the current national anthem of Libya. Wikipedia article site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libya,_Libya,_Libya Read More
Currently, Libya is a government in transition. It is unclear how these leaders intend to deal with the demands of the people. However, considering that they came to power through public revolt, there is a good chance that they will take popular will into consideration. Previously, Libya was ruled by Muammar Qadhafi who refused to engage with his people, ruling them autocratically and using the dominant tribal mentality to make each tribe complacent lest they… Read More
there are no waterways that border Libya because Libya has no waterways Read More
Zebras do not inhabit Libya Read More
West of Libya is Algeria South of Libya is Niger and Chad Southeast of Libya is Sudan East of Libya is Egypt Read More
Ocean not surround Libya but Mediterranean Sea surround Libya. Read More
The capital of Libya is Tripoli. Tripoli is the capital city and the largest city of Libya. Read More
Tripoli is the capital of Libya because when Libya was found tripoli was also found. Read More
Libya as a land is known for thousands of years, But in 1951 when italy lost control of libya. Libyam country was formed known as Kingdom of libya. Read More
Libya because libya produces more oil than qatar but qatar are clever they know how to use there money well and libya dosent and qatar is one of the rishest country in the world and libya earn more than them so that means libya is richer that eygpt Read More
I think it is Qaddafi in Libya with 42 years. He seized the power in 1969, but he is most likely to be ousted in the next few days. There is also Fedel Castro with 49 years, but he gave up his power, and he is no longer a president. Read More
Libya. Libya. Read More
Libya Center for Gifted Students's motto is 'Libya Center for Gifted Students'. Read More
Egypt is east of Libya while Algeria is west. Tunisia is also northwest of Libya. Read More