The People of
Berber, Arab, Greeks, Maltese, Italians, Egyptians, Pakistanis, Turks, Indians, Tunisians
Arabic, Italian, and English
The Libyan population has grown sharply after 1969. They were only 523,176
people in 1911, 2 million in 1968, and 5 million in 1969. That population growth ...
Identification. The Socialist Popular Libyan Arab Jamahiriya—literally, "state of
the masses," is a nation that has been undergoing a radical social experiment ...
Libya became independent from Italy in December of 1951. The discovery of oil
in the 1950's radically changed the people's way of life. Now most of the ...
See joshuaproject.net for more about - Country - Libya :: ... Number of People
Groups. 43. People Groups Unreached. 30 (69.8%) ...
Libya had a population of about 4,206,000 in 1990, the smallest among the five
countries of North Africa. Most of the people live in the temperate climate of the ...
Oct 2, 2015 ... From Yahoo News: Nearly half of the population of Libya has been affected by
violence and needs protection and some form of humanitarian ...
Aug 29, 2011 ... One of the militiamen, who have been in control of the police station since the
police fled, said simply: "Libyan people don't like people with ...
Libyan people and ethnic tribes: Arabs, Berbers, Tuareg, Tebu, Jews and
Immigrants. Also includes a new section on the ancient Berber (or Imazighen)
tribes of ...
Sep 4, 2015 ... People smugglers operate freely in the Libyan coastal town of Zuwara, while the
bodies of drowned migrants wash up on its beaches.