The Conquered desert: Libya

Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, 1975

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The Libyan Arab Republic since the revolution of September 1969 has progressed in many ways. There has been a development of an infrastructure of industry and agriculture. There is education for all, cultural centres, housing and health services. In fact, total self-sufficiency has been achieved since the revolution.

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