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Libya--History--Civil War, 2011-

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    • Libya--History--Protests, 2011-
    • Libya--History--Rebellion, 2011-
    • Libya--History--Revolt, 2011-
    • Libya--History--Revolution, 2011-
    • Libya--History--Uprising, 2011-
    • Libyan Civil War, Libya, 2011-
    • Libyan Protests, Libya, 2011-
    • Libyan Rebellion, Libya, 2011-
    • Libyan Revolt, Libya, 2011-
    • Libyan Revolution, Libya, 2011-
    • Libyan Uprising, Libya, 2011-
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    • found: Work cat.: U.S. Cong. House. Comm. on Foreign Affairs. Directing the Secretary of State to transmit to the House of Representatives copies ... 2011:p. 2 (crisis in Libya ... preventing Qaddafi from overrunning those who oppose him) p. 3 (between Qaddafi's loyalist forces and opposition fighters)
    • found: Reuters Africa web site, July 6. 2011:article, July 3, 2011 (Timeline: Libya's uprising against Muammar Gaddafi ... revolt in Libya began Feb. 15, 2011)
    • found: CNN website, July 6, 2011:menu selection: World, article: March 2011 (Libya's civil war)
    • found: National Journal web site, July 6, 2011:article: April 11, 2011 (Libya's shifting Civil War)
    • found: Britannica online, Sept. 9, 2011:Libya Revolt of 2011 (In early 2011, amid a wave of popular protest in countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa, largely peaceful demonstrations against entrenched regimes brought quick transfers of power in Egypt and Tunisia. In Libya, however, an uprising against the four-decade rule of Muammar al-Qaddafi led to civil war and international military intervention)
    • found: Columbia gazetteer online, Sept. 9, 2011:Libya (In 2011, following a wave of popular protest in neighboring Tunisia and Egypt, a popular uprising began that split the country between rebel held sections in the E and government held sections in the W, threatening civil war)
    • found: Wikipedia, Sept. 9, 2011:2011 Libyan civil war (The 2011 Libyan civil war, also known as the Libyan Revolution, is an ongoing armed conflict in the North African state of Libya being fought between forces loyal to Muammar Gaddafi and his regime and those seeking to depose him. The situation began on 15 February 2011 as a series of peaceful protests which were met with military force by the Gaddafi regime. The protests escalated into an uprising that spread across the country, with the forces opposing Gaddafi establishing a government based in Benghazi named the National Transitional Council whose stated goal is to overthrow the Gaddafi-led government and hold democratic elections.)
    • found: New York Times archive, past 12 months, searched Sept. 9, 2011(hit counts, all qualified by Libya or Libyan: revolution: 4377; uprising: 343; civil war: 439; revolt: 136; rebellion: 71; protests: 26; demonstrations: 10)
    • found: Lexis/Nexis, Sept. 9, 2011(hit counts, all qualified by Libya or Libyan and 2011: uprising: 1444+; revolution: 1009; protests: 703; civil war: 672; revolt: 191; rebellion: 171; demonstrations: 83)
    • found: Google, Sept. 9, 2011(hit counts, all qualified by Libya or Libyan and 2011: civil war: 3,000,000; revolution: 1,377,000; uprising: 1,353,000; protests: 942,000; rebellion: 516,000; revolt: 479,000; demonstrations: 89,460)
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    • 2011-10-20: new
    • 2012-04-16: revised
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