It is simple. There is a war in Libya because people of Libya want Muammar Gaddafi to leave office so that they might be able to live more proper within their own country.
because the Libyans wanted change and Qaddafi stopped them form getting it
because of Gaddafi
The US exports corn to Libya.
US army bases in Libya are in Tripoli.
No, Libya is an independent country in North Africa and has no connections to the US.
The following Middle Eastern and North African countries are fielding some soldiers, weapons, or intelligence in the fight against Islamic State:JordanMoroccoBahrainQatarSaudi ArabiaTurkeyUnited Arab EmiratesIranIraqi Kurdistan & Rojava Syrian KurdistanEgypt (fighting in Libya and Egypt)Libya (fighting in Libya)Lebanon (fighting in Lebanon)
NO. The US is relatively disinterested in Libya's current civil war and will likely ignore the region. Besides the US intervention in Libya in 2011 has soured many Americans on the idea of intervening in Libya another time.
Libya is fighting with European forces.
- 1,759,541 km2 US- 9,826,675 km2 Libya would fit into the US 5.6 times.
Because now a days, people think war is the answer.
Gadaffi's supporters (the government) and the rebels.
Gaddafi, the 'president' of Libya, doesn't treat his people right and used the government's money on himself and not for the people and the country, not the Libyans are rebelling and fighting against him.
because if the current government is deposed, Libya may become an ally