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2. GNC |  
4. Gaddafi |  
5. Libya |  
6. Transition |  
7. society |  
8. security |  
10. Culture |  
11. Libyan culture |  
1.Libyan civil strife (69)
2.GNC (60)
3.Government Services (43)
4.Gaddafi (40)
5.Libya (37)
6.Transition (36)
7.society (32)
8.security (31)
9.Libyan Revolution (30)
10.Culture (27)
11.Libyan culture (23)
12.History (21)
13.Libyan Constitution (20)
14.Human Rights (20)
15.Libyan politics (20)
16.Crime (19)
17.Libyan brigades (19)
18.Muammar Gaddafi (19)
19.education (18)
20.Border Issues (17)
21.Operation Dignity (17)
22.militias (16)
23.Khalifa Haftar (16)
24.Oil (16)
25.Benghazi (15)
26.Women (14)
40.NTC (9)
41.Infrastructure (9)
42.Sharia (9)
43.federalism (8)
44.Hospitals (8)
45.Minorities (8)
46.Economy (8)
47.Refugees (8)
48.Medicine (8)
49.Internal Displacement (8)
50.Constitution (8)
51.political isolation (8)
52.GNA (8)
53.Ali Zeidan (8)
54.currency (8)
55.corruption (7)
56.Ramadan (7)
Zeinab Mohammed Salih
زينب محمد صالح
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Originally from Khartoum, Sudan, Zeinab Mohammed Salih has been a freelance journalist for the last nine years. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The New York Times, The Independent and for mict's The Niles. She holds a Master's Degree in international journalism from Cardiff University, United Kingdom. She is currently based in Khartoum.
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