Libya's election: A big step for a battered country
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Libya's election: A big step for a battered country

Tripoli : Libya | Jul 12, 2012 at 8:14 AM PDT
Source: The Economist
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We should do this more often AS THE polls closed on July 7th after most Libyans had voted in the country's first general election since 1964, celebratory fireworks lit up the sky. In Tripoli, the capital, thousands took to the streets, waving flags, hooting car horns and holding an impromptu jamboree... FULL ARTICLE AT The Economist
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Men shake hands near election campaign poster of candidate running for election to Libya's National Congress, Mahmoud Jibril, head of National Forces Alliance, in Benghazi
Men shake hands near election campaign poster of candidate running for election to Libya's National Congress, Mahmoud Jibril, head of National Forces Alliance, in Benghazi
 
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