Libya stretches along the northeast coast of Africa between Tunisia and Algeria on the west and Egypt on the east; to the south are the Sudan, Chad, and Niger. It is one-sixth larger than Alaska. Much of the country lies within the Sahara. Along the Mediterranean coast and farther inland is arable plateau land.

What's happening in Libya

  • Waddan may refer to: Waddan, Libya, a town in Libya Barbary sheep, the North African Barbary sheep Invasion of Waddan, a 7th-century battle in modern Saudi Arabia

  • Tocra, Taucheira or Tukrah, is a town on the coast of the Marj District in the Cyrenaica region of northeastern Libya, founded by Cyrene It lay 200 stadia west of Ptolemais Today it is a coastal town 25 kilometres (16 mi) west of Marj

  • Suluq (Arabic: سلوق, romanized: Sulūq) is a town in the Benghazi District of the Cyrenaica region in northeastern Libya It is located about 53 kilometers to the south-east of Benghazi

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