According to HPL magazine, former Libyan strongman, Muammar Gaddafi's death is one of the most well-known historical events that occurred during former US President Obama's presidency. During Obama's ten-year presidency, it was one of his most significant accomplishments alongside the elimination of Osama Bin Laden.
Libya is home to the Great Man-Made River, often known as GMR. Libya is an African country in the northwestern section of the continent. The Sahara desert, the world's biggest tropical desert, covers the majority of the Libyan area with only 5% being arable.
10.Libya is positioned 80 out of the 138 nations that were studied. Notwithstanding having a generally modest number of dynamic soldiers, the Libyan military compensates for this by having a lot of hardware. In any case, of the current inconveniences looked by the country, it actually has 17 warrior airplane, 7 assault helicopters, 250 battle tanks, 450 shielded battling vehicles, and 55 rocket projectors.
Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi was a Libyan revolutionary, politician and political theorist. Gaddafi leaves a positive legacy. He modernized Libya and improved living standards for almost all Libyans. Libya was essentially a goulash of impoverished tribes fractured by ancient hatreds and deep feuds when Gaddafi took over.
The story of illegal migration has been an issue of global interest and over the decades it seems people are not willing to give up their dream of being in Europe, no matter the means it takes to get there. There has been horrible stories told by various people on their experience when they embarked on this journey.
Dear members of the public, how well can you recall Colonel Gaddafi or what crosses your mind when you hear the name Muammar Gaddafi? Meet the ex Libyan President,His Excellency the late Muammar Gaddafi who ruled the Republic of Libya roughly 50 years,that is,from 1961 to 2011.
We all know most Africans try as much as possible to migrate to foreign countries for greener pasture. Most of them even try to do it illegally not matter the dangers involve. In recent times it has been one of the issues that have global interest and even though people die through this means, people are not willing to give up their dreams of being in Europe, South America, Asia no matter what it takes.
The death of Muammar Gaddafi still keep the world wondering what he actually did wrong to deserve what he got from his people. Why did he refused to step down when his people wanted him to do so. We wonder why the the same people who loved him and celebrated him wanted him gone.
For 41 years until his demise in October 2011, Muammar Gaddafi did some truly amazing things for his country and repeatedly tried to unite and empower the whole of Africa. As soon as Gaddafi took over the equation changed. He closed all the military bases and nationalised the oil and banks sectors.
Colonel Gaddafi was born in 1942, and died on 20 October 2011.He was a revolutionary Libyan president, a political theorist and a great politician. He ruled Libya from 1969 to 1977.He was given a "Brotherly Leader" title of the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya from 1977 to 2011 as revolutionary President of the Libyan Arab Republic.
The former President of Libya Muammar Gaddafi was a well respected man who had good intentions for his people. His tough policy against the western countries was well recognised during his regime, to the extent that some used to think that he was a dictator, which eventually led to his murder.
There is a fight for control of the country with Africans largest oil field as the winning prize. When the Libyan rebels and NATO began an assault on Tripoli in 2011, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi delivered a speech calling on all his supporters to defend the country from foreign invaders he said " There is a conspiracy to control Libyan oil and to control Libyan land, to colonize Libya once again.N
In this article, l am going to talk about 7 most powerful and fearful soldiers in Africa. I made this post with the help of many researches and people' s contribution. Now let' s check out the top list; 1. Republic of Tunisia Tunisian army arrests and later releases two Libyan soldiers that crossed buffer zone | Africanews
Raphael Luzon was a terrified little boy when angry mobs surrounded his home in Libya’s second-largest city, Benghazi. As a Jewish Libyan, he remembers Arab nationalists attacking his people and setting fire to his father’s pharmacies after Syria, Jordan and Egypt began fighting a war against Israel on June 5, 1967.
A country's currency says a lot about its economy and people's standard of living. There is a huge misconception that the biggest and most popular nations often have the best currencies; this is wrong - especially when Africa is concerned. To help you better understand the situation, we've compiled a list of the strongest currencies in Africa 2021.
The African Union (AU) has indefinitely suspended seven members of the Economic Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC), General Assembly, for breach of the code of ethics. The seven include Abozer Elligai Elmana, Sudanese; Abdurrahman Mokhtar, Libyan; Roll Stephane Ngomat, Gabonese; El Hacene Abdallah Bah Mbareck, Mauritanian; Tunji Asaolu, Nigerian; John Oba, Nigerian and Shem Ochuodho, Kenyan.
Watermelon is a flowering plant species of the Cucurbitaceae family. A scrambling and trailing vine-like plant, it was originally domesticated in Africa. It is a highly cultivated fruit worldwide, with more than 1,000 varieties. Wild watermelon seeds have been found in the prehistoric Libyan site of Uan Muhuggiag.
The value of a currency is significant because it determines the economic performance of a country. This has a direct impact on a currency’s demand on the global market. Exchange rates compare one currency to another and provide an overview of a currency’s strength in the global marketplace.
THIS IS MY PERSONAL VIEW AND I’M NOT A LIBYAN.Libya under Gaddafi was not so much terrible as the world has been made to accept.The subjects did not have the advantage of voting but rather Gaddafi ensured they had an elevated requirement of living to adjust for diminished opportunities.
This is the story of a man, who loves and cares for kids, who are unfortunate in life despite battling cancer himself. The disabled. The terminally ill. The abused. The left behind. A widowed man named Mohamed Bzeek, who is a Libyan immigrant came to the US in 1978 as a College Student.